[texhax] Help with TEX
Uwe Ziegenhagen
ziegenhagen at gmail.com
Tue Jun 10 18:19:01 CEST 2014
Hi Ellen,
MikTeX is pretty good, if you are on Windows. Another distribution is TeX
Live, which I prefer as it runs on all my computers.
Concerning the book: since 1990 a lot has happened with TeX/LaTeX & Co. I
would recommend the LaTeX companion, 2nd ed.
Uwe
2014-06-10 16:56 GMT+02:00 Ellen Hetland <ellenhetland at outlook.com>:
> I used TEK with pleasure and productivity in the 1980-1990 timeframe. I
> would like to do this now and abandon Microsoft Word. Can I use
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> 1.) MiKTEX? If not, what else.
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> 2.) Donald Knuth’s book, “The TEK Book”, for the commands?
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> If so, I think I will be setup to start. I write mathematical articles for
> my shared website, QuirkyScience.com. I also submit more weighty articles
> to mathematical publications.
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> I am very familiar with how TeX works, but need to relearn the commands.
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> Thanks in advance for any help you can give me.
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> Ellen Hetland Fenwick
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