[OS X TeX] Quotation marks question...

David Watson dewatson at mac.com
Sun Feb 17 19:51:50 EST 2008

On an American keyboard the key right under escape should be the left  
quote key, `, you can type that key twice like this ``, in order to  
get correct left double quotes, and the right quote can be made by  
combining two single right quotes like this ''. When you typeset such  
a document, it should correctly set the quotes.

On Feb 17, 2008, at 6:31 PM, Julia Case wrote:

> Normally I just do my math homework in LaTeX, but I did a paper for  
> a psych class the other week and when I got it back I lost points  
> because the quotation marks in a quote went the "wrong way", what  
> they meant I believe is that they were mirror images of 'normal'  
> quotation marks.
> How do I fix this so as to avoid losing points on this next time?
> Thanks,
> j
> ---
> Julia A. Case
> "Fair is where you take your cows to be judged"  - PA Dutch Saying

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