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LaTeX for Administrative Work.
A more advanced guide to LaTeX.
Availability: Paperback £21.99 (in storein store). HTML Free. A4 PDF Free. 12.8cm x 9.6cm PDF Free.
This book is aimed at people who want to use LaTeX for administrative work, such as writing correspondence, performing repetitive tasks or typesetting problem sheets or exam papers. It assumes some familiarity with LaTeX and covers some medium to advanced commands.
LaTeX for Complete Novices.
A beginners’ guide to typesetting with LaTeX.
Availability: Paperback £12.99 (in storein store). HTML Free. A4 PDF Free. 12.8cm x 9.6cm PDF Free.
This introductory book covers the very basics of LaTeX with exercises along the way to get you started. This HTML version provide links to related topics in the UK List of TeX Frequently Asked Questions and uses bitmaps to display sample output. (All bitmaps have alternative text or are linked to a page describing them in more detail.)
Using LaTeX to Write a PhD Thesis.
A follow-on guide to typesetting in LaTeX for PhD students.
Availability: Paperback £9.99 (in storein store). HTML Free. A4 PDF Free. 12.8cm x 9.6cm PDF Free.
This is a follow-on from LaTeX for Complete Novices geared towards students who want to use LaTeX to write their PhD theses.
I’ve Heard the Mermaid Sing.
1920s crime fiction short story.
Availability: Ebook US$0.99.
It’s 1928 and Albert Sternheimer, a yegg (jewel thief) from St Louis, is travelling on the RMS Aquitania with a case of stolen jewels, but unknown to him there's someone else on board with an interest in him and the contents of his case.
The Private Enemy.
Crime/SF novel set in future East Anglia.
Availability: Paperback £8.99 (in storein store). Ebook US$3.99.
In the Fenland area of Norfolk, the last Earl of Wynherne is found dead on the study floor of his Gothic mansion. His daughter is missing, having run off after stabbing the seemingly respectable Mr Allerton in the leg. Detective Inspector Charles Hadley and his partner Detective Sergeant Sarah Fenning are called in to investigate, but in this retro world of gangsters and corrupt city police a wrong move could destroy the fragile alliances and trigger war after thirty years of uneasy peace. This novel is set in a future where the Anti-Technology League collide with demands to restore former levels of technology, rival gangsters battle for dominance, and government agencies are determined to reinforce their message that the world is united in peace and prosperity — by any means necessary. Into this mix comes the last of the Coulgranes of Wynherne, hell-bent on revenge.
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- Creating a LaTeX Minimal Example
- Incorporating makeglossaries or makeglossaries-lite or bib2gls into the document build
- Localisation with tracklang.tex
- Predefined Glossary Styles
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