[OS X TeX] LaTeX pocket reference?

Herb Schulz herbs at wideopenwest.com
Wed Mar 2 14:29:03 EST 2005

On 3/2/05 1:02 PM, "Doug Fields" <dfields-macosx-tex-0205 at pexicom.com>

> Hello,
> Does anyone know if there is such a thing as a "LaTeX Pocket
> Reference," a la those published on a variety of topics from O'Reilly?
> A few searches turned up no such thing.
> I find this form factor of book very nice because I can have a pile of
> them on my desk for the (admittedly) rare consultation.
> I've found a TeX and LaTeX 2e "Cheat Sheet" which is nice.
> Just working my way through the LaTeX guide...
> Cheers,
> Doug


I had the TeX Cheat Sheet but didn't know about the LaTeX version until now.
It's pretty nice. Of course it's missing many nice packages but what can you
expect on two sides of a page.

I wonder if we could collect lists of commands for different packages. A
booklet that lists packages with short introductions and command lists (with
options, etc.) would be very handy. Nothing as deep as ``The LaTeX
Companion'' but just enough to jog one's memory.

Good Luck,

Herb Schulz
(herbs at wideopenwest.com)

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