[texhax] old TeX
speter at dandy.net
Sun Jul 1 22:10:17 CEST 2007
On Jul 1, 2007, at 4:54 PM, Elizabeth Gilliard wrote:
> But I don't know
> 1) my old licence number or if I can still use the old licence
TeX is free software. You don't need any license number.
> 2) which format to download - although I use pcs now, with windows,
> it's Plain TeX that I know how to write and use, not MiXTeX or
> LaTeX - can I download good old Plain TeX?
MikTeX is a distribution of TeX, which means it makes available
several common TeX formats, including Plain TeX (as well as LaTeX and
ConTeXt). A version of MikTeX with some documentation that talks you
through how to install it is ProTeXt: http://www.tug.org/protext/
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