Grub versus Boot Manager
jmalin7 at comcast.net
Thu Mar 17 21:01:03 UTC 2005
You may be right. I pinged a fellow tech writer who knows something
about LaTex, and he was amused that someone suggested it as a
replacement for FrameMaker. On the other hand, LaTex seems to be very
popular in academia. One thing I can't figure out is what *editor*
people use to create LaText documents. As far as I can tell, LaTex is a
markup language not an editor. Can you get an editor that has
menus/dialogs/function keys/whatever for inputting LaTex?
Tim Hunt wrote:
> Joe Malin wrote:
>> Lars, if you are a professional technical writer and you can point me
>> to large documents (say 100 pages or more) that were created in
>> Latex, I'd be more than happy to look at them.
> I'm breaking your rules because I am not a technical writer, but I
> would assume that "The LaTeX Companion" (1120 pages) was produced with
> P.S. Searching for LaTeX displays a side of Amazon that I don't think
> I wanted to know about.
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