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4434LaTeX template
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A LaTeX template such as this one started me on typesetting in LaTeX. I have tried to showcase the LaTeX features that I (and presumably many other mathematicians) use most frequently. This template, plus basic knowledge of TeX as provided by Doob's "Gentle Introduction" should allow the user to typeset most kinds of papers in LaTeX. Fancier tricks can be picked up on an as-needed basis or through references such as L. Lamport's book on LaTeX.Wed, 7 May 2003 07:00:00 -0700