1. Formatting - Getting to grips with LaTeX - Andrew Ö

    www.andy-roberts.net/writing/latex/formatting

    LaTeX has three specific types of dashes, each a different size, and each for a different purpose: Accents. It does not take long before you need to use an accented ...

  2. Michael Shell: The IEEEtrantools Package

    www.michaelshell.org/tex/ieeetran/tools

    Overview. The IEEEtrantools LaTeX package provides many of the specialized IEEEtran.cls commands so that these can be used under other LaTeX class files.

  3. The XeTeX typesetting system - SIL International

    scripts.sil.org/cms/scripts/page.php?site_id=nrsi&id=xetex

    Where to go for help. Note: SIL International no longer manages XeTeX development. Please refer to the following paragraphs to find excellent sources of help.

  4. A LaTeX example - Stanford University

    mally.stanford.edu/~sr/computing/latex-example.html

    To produce a simple LaTeX document, use an editor on turing (probably emacs), and make a file that looks like this: documentclass[12pt]{article} usepackage ...

  5. LaTeX page numbering « timmurphy.org

    timmurphy.org/2009/06/29/latex-page-numbering

    Getting the page numbering right in LaTeX documents may not seem like a big deal, but itís frustrating when itís all wrong. Hereís a brief summary on how to get ...

  6. Sections and chapters - ShareLaTeX, Online LaTeX Editor

    https://www.sharelatex.com/learn/Sections_and_chapters

    A comprehensive LaTeX guide with easy to understand examples and how-tos.