[Tugindia] tugindia Digest, Vol 91, Issue 1
vdpajankar at gmail.com
Wed Jul 7 07:21:51 CEST 2010
I newly registered with you. A Journal asked me to send the paper in LaTex
format. I tried, read some literatures available on net but not getting how
convert or how write codes for convertion. I downloaded the software.
Please help me. I m ready to send the part of paper for explaining how I can
do it, if needed.
Please help me
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> 1. Re: Unified documenting [was] Regarding usage of css in latex
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> Date: Wed, 30 Jun 2010 23:23:18 +0530
> From: "H.S.Rai" <hsrai at gmx.net>
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> Subject: Re: [Tugindia] Unified documenting [was] Regarding usage of
> css in latex
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> On Mon, Jun 28, 2010 at 9:46 PM, Radhakrishnan CV <cvr at river-valley.org>
> > I think, that sounds a good way of calling it. ?Rai, you meant
> > creating multiple output with different content from the same source
> Multiple outputs (with different look / or same look) with different
> (or same) contents i.e. mean any combination.
> > In fact, pdfscreen does this. It defines two environments -- screen
> > and print.
> I used these environments in 2003. So I recalled correctly ;-)
> >> But, they don't seem to have any facilities for `unified
> >> processing' now.
> > That is not true in my humble opinion.
> Single output in pdf is not good for screen reading, as there are many
> devices with different aspect ratio of screen, which demand to have
> different pdf, one each for one aspect ratio, to keep screen 100%
> So, I believe Unified Documentation approach is good approach.
> Having similar thing using OpenOffice, Michael Adams related it with
> css "@media"
> I need to check, what is css "@media"
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VISHAL D. PAJANKAR
Assistant Professor (STatistics)
Dept. of Educational Survey & Data Processing, Zakir Husain Block,
NCERT, New Delhi - 110 016
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