Document Templates for TeX and LaTeX
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Note:You can download the templates below individually with the links provided, or view a listing of all of them here.
Use the latex command to process these templates.
- A letter or other correspondence (letter.ltx)
- An article, research or term paper (article.ltx)
- A book manuscript (manuscript.ltx)
This template requires that you have the LaTeX style file called "manuscript.sty", which most TeX distributions have installed at /usr/share/texmf/tex/latex/misc/manuscript.sty.
Use the tex command to process the these templates.
- A cover sheet for sending fax messages (fax.tex)
- A No. 10 mailing envelope (envelope.tex)
- A single mailing label for printing on standard 15-up sheets
(There is a more advanced LaTeX style for printing many different kinds of shipping and package labels; it's normally installed at /usr/share/texmf/tex/latex/labels/).
Here are some more complex template packages on the net that you might want to look at:
- Rob Rutten has assembled a very nice collection of LaTeX templates, which are available at http://www.astro.uu.nl/~rutten/rrtex/templates/.
- The TeX Catalogue Online contains the largest listing of LaTeX and TeX templates and style files.
- Midnight Macros, a collection of TeX macros for printing booklets, bulk letters, outlines, etc.
- LaTeX templates for folder and register labels.
Next week: printing banners and signs.
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