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This document is for you if you don't know anything about TeX or 
LaTeX, but want to see what is involved.  For instance, maybe you
are a graduate student who has been advised to try writing document
using LaTeX.

It brings you through writing a document of a couple of pages, 
involving both plain text and mathematics, and should only 
take a couple of hours.  At the end you will have an idea if
the system could help you, and there are a couple of recommendations
for tutorials.

See also .

  public domain

Comments to:
  Jim Hefferon  email: ftpmaint at

  2009-May-25 Jim Hefferon, Manuel Pégourié-Gonnard, Karl Berry