[OS X TeX] eqno
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Fri Dec 5 10:00:28 EST 2008
On Dec 5, 2008, at 3:30 AM, Axel E. Retif wrote:
> On 4 Dec, 2008, at 14:05, Herbert Schulz wrote:
>> On Dec 4, 2008, at 12:52 PM, David B. Thompson, Ph.D., P.E., D.WRE,
>> CFM wrote:
>>> I can't agree more. Finding and learning to use the AMSMath
>>> package was a godsend.
>>> There are two must-have books when I'm working with LaTeX: Lamport
>>> and TLC. It is rare for me to find a problem I can't solve using
>>> these two resources.
>> One more: Kopka & Daly, ``Guide to LaTeX'', 4th edition, Addison
> Still one more: Gratzer's "(More) Math into LaTeX". When I'm looking
> for a package to do something I need or how to format a complex
> table, for example, I use TLC; but when a need to know how to do
> something with AMSmath, I look into Gratzer's book. I'm still using
> the third edition, but I bought the fourth ed. for a nephew.
> Also useful and nice readings, Voß's Mathmode and Høgholm's
> mathtools package documentation:
> texdoc mathmode
> texdoc mathtools
Absolutely! Note that the first part of George Grätzer's book is
actually packaged in TeXShop. See Help->George Grätzer's Short Course.
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