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Graphics related posts on LaTeX community

You probably know the largest LaTeX community on the web: LaTeX-community.org by Sven Wiegand and Stefan Kottwitz. There is a large forum there, where a lot of questions are answered every day (also by me). Recently they started a contest, which can be found here. In short, it was asked to write a post about graphics in LaTeX. The result?

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Website restyled!

As you probably have noticed, HowToTeX.com has got a huge make-over! That is also the reason why I haven’t posted a lot lately. But I can promise that more posts will come soon. In the mean time, feel free to leave a comment of your thoughts on the new look of the blog.

LaTeX resources

I just added a new subdomain to my website: latex.howtotex.com. This is a page on which I collect all kind of links to interesting websites and articles related to LaTeX. Go there! The idea is to get all the (relevant) LaTeX resources on one page. And this goal can be realized with your help. Feel free to leave a comment

Plain CV in LaTeX

A guide to building a plain and simple LaTeX CV

I got some requests of people that wanted to see a LaTeX template for a curriculum vitae (CV) or resume. Quite a lot of such templates can be found on the internet. However, the readers of this blog are probably interested in LaTeX as I am, so I decided to make some kind of ‘step-by-step’ guide. This post will enable

Underlining using the soul package

Underlining content in your LaTeX document can be of great value. Sometimes its necessarily to emphasize certain content or to define a layout in your document. The most straight forward case to do this is to use the \underline command. However, this command does not give you any control about, for instance, the thickness of the underlining. The solution to

Welcome to HowToTeX.com

Hi all! Welcome to my blog, all about LaTeX. Since the first day I started using LaTeX for my reports I had trouble finding the ins and outs about LaTeX. Most information, if any, on the internet was outdated. With this blog I’m aiming to provide the readers all kinds of LaTeX information: reviews and updates about editors, packages I