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Gyöngyi Bujdosó, Attila Fazekas:
First steps in TeX (TeX kezdõlépések)
(Tertia Publisher, Budapest, 1996, 237 pages + CD-ROM,
in Hungarian)
Contents of the book
Preface, 13

1.  A plain TeX, 19

Introduction, 21  

1. Basic information, 23
  1.1.  How TeX works -- in breef, 23
  1.2.  Letters and signs, 23
  1.3.  Commands, 25
  1.4.  Fonts of type, 26
  1.5.  Dimensions, 29
  1.6.  Enlargements, 30
  1.7.  Groups, 32
  1.8.  Boxes, 34
  1.9.  Glue, 35
  1.10. Modes, 38
  1.11. Counters and dimensions, 40
2. Making pages, 42
  2.1.  Accented letters and other special letters, ligatures, 42
  2.2.  Spaces, 44
  2.3.  Typesetting in italics, 45
  2.4.  Format of paragraphs, 46
  2.5.  Special paragraphs, 49
  2.6.  Hyphenation, 51
  2.7.  Shape of pages, 52
  2.8.  Headline, footline, page numbering, footnotes, 53
        2.8.1.  Headline, footline, page numbering, 53
        2.8.2.  Footnotes, 54
3.  Typing math formulae, 55
  3.1.  Math mode, 55
  3.2.  Math symbols, 56
        3.2.1.  Greek letters, 57
        3.2.2.  Binary operations, 57
        3.2.3.  Relational signs, 58
        3.2.4.  More relational signs, 58
        3.2.5.  Other math symbols, 59
        3.2.6.  Dots, 60
        3.2.7.  Calligraphic letters, 60
        3.2.8.  Digits in old style, 60
  3.3.  About math symbols -- in another way, 61
  3.4.  Indices, 62
  3.5.  Accents in math mode, 63
        3.5.1.  Simple accents, 63
        3.5.2.  Accents for formulae, 63
  3.6.  Delimiters, 63
  3.7.  Big operators, functions, 65
        3.7.1.  Big operators (sums, integrals etc.), 65
        3.7.2.  Functions, 67
        3.7.3.  Root function, 67
  3.8.  Fractions and similar formulae,  68
  3.9.  Matrices, choice between various alternatives, 69
        3.9.1.  Matrices, 69
        3.9.2.  Choice between various alternatives, 70
  3.10. Aligning of equations, equation numbers, 70
  3.11. Text in math mode, 72
  3.12. Horizontal spacing -- steching, shrinking, 72
        3.12.1. Streching, 72
        3.12.2. Shrinking, 72
  3.13. Linebreaking in math mode, 73
  3.14. Sizes in math mode, 73
4.  Tables and boxes, 75
  4.1.  About boxes in detail, 75
        4.1.1.  Horizontal boxes, 75
        4.1.2.  Vertical boxes, 76
  4.2.  Filling and linedrawing commands, 78
        4.2.1.  Filling commands, 78
        4.2.2.  Linedrawing commands, 79
  4.3.  Alignments, 80
        4.3.1.  Columns, 80
  4.4.  Tables, 82
        4.4.1.  Format, 82
        4.4.2.  Rows, 84
        4.4.3.  Tables without horizontal lines, 86
        4.4.4.  Placement of tables, 86
5.  Macros, 87
  5.1.  Simple macros, 88
  5.2.  Macros with parameters, 89
  5.3.  Defining macros, 90
  5.4.  Conditional commands, 94
  5.5.  How TeX expands macros, 99
6. Sample pages, 100
    
2AmS-TeX, 107

Introduction, 109

I. Basic commands of AmS-TeX, 112

1. Commands of text mode, 112
  1.1.  Page settings, 112
  1.2.  Accents, 113
  1.3.  Other letters and signs, 113
  1.4.  Spaces, 114
  1.5.  Line and page breaking, 114
  1.6.  Vertical spaces, 115
  1.7.  Horizontal spacing -- steching, shrinking, 115
  1.8.  Spacing for tables, figures, 115

2. Math mode, 116
  2.1.  Text in math mode, 116
  2.2.  Equation numbering, 117
        2.2.1.  Citations for equations, 118
  2.3.  Boxed formulae, 118
  2.4.  Fractions, 119
        2.4.1.  Simple fractions, binomial coefficients, 119
        2.4.2.  Continued (chain) fractions, 120
  2.5.  Root function, 121
  2.6.  Dots, 122
  2.7.  Under- and overlining, 123
  2.8.  Character(s) below and above formulae, 123
  2.9.  Complex indices, 123
  2.10. Character(s) next to charecter(s), 125
  2.11. Arrows, 125
  2.12. Commutative diagrammes, 126
  2.13. Matrices, 130
        2.13.1. Matrices with delimiters, 130
        2.13.2. Matrices without delimiters, 130
        2.13.3. Matrices in text, 131
        2.13.4. Deficient matrices, 131
        2.13.5. Defining matrix formats, 132
  2.14. Braking formulae into multiple lines, 133
        2.14.1. Common features, 133
        2.14.2. Formulae in two lines, 134
        2.14.3. Centered formulae, 135
        2.14.4. One alignment, 135
        2.14.5. Multiple alignments, 138
  2.15. Choice between various alternatives,  the Cases formula, 139
  2.16. Inserted text at aligned formulae, 139
  2.17. Text next to a formula, 140
  2.18. Line and page breaking in math mode, 141
  2.19. Vertical spacing, 142
  2.20. Changing sizes in math mode, 143

II. The style file, 144

1.  Structue of articles, 146
  1.1.  Settings, definitions, 146
  1.2.  Title section, 146
  1.3.  Dissecting a document, 148
        1.3.1.  Titles of chapters, 148
        1.3.2.  Titles of sections, 149
        1.3.3.  Emphasized texts, 149
        1.3.4.  Not emphasized texts, 150
        1.3.5.  Writing lists, 150
2.  Footnotes, 152
3.  References, 154
  3.1.  References, 154
  3.2.  Citations, 156

III. Appendix, 157

1.  Modifications and additional data, 157
  1.1.  Accents in math mode, 157
  1.2.  Digits in old style, 158
  1.3.  Greek letters, 159
  1.4.  Gothic letters, 159
  1.5.  Calligraphic letters, 160
  1.6.  Bold math symbols, 160
        1.6.1.  Letters, digits, 160
        1.6.2.  Symbols, 161
  1.7.  Binary operations, 161
  1.8.  Relational signs, 162
  1.9.  Additional extra symbols, 162
  1.10. Delimiters, 163
  1.11. Arrows, 164
  1.12. Big operators, 164
        1.12.1. Big operators similar to the sum, 164
        1.12.2. Integral signs, 165
  1.13. Operator names, 165
        1.13.1. Predefined operator names, 165
        1.13.2. Defining new operator names, 166
2.  New characters, 167
  2.1.  Greek letters, 167
  2.2.  Hebrew letters, 168
  2.3.  Blackboard bold letters, 168
  2.4.  Other symbols, 168
  2.5.  Binary operations, 169
  2.6.  Relational signs, 169
  2.7.  Negations, 170
  2.8.  Arrows, 171
  2.9.  Negated arrows, 171

3.  Cyrill letters, 172

4.  Sample page, 176
3.  The emTeX system, 181

Introduction, 183

I. Installation, 184

1. File extensions, 186

2. Using emTeX at first time, 187

3. Settings of drivers, 188


II.  Compiling documents, 189

1. Usage of  tex.exe, 189


III. Viewing documents, 193

1. Usage of dviscr.exe, 193
  1.1.  Using the programme interactive, 193
  1.2.  Settings, 195
        1.2.1.  Options for making (getting) messages, 196
        1.2.2.  Options for handling pages, 196
        1.2.3.  Options for page size, 197
        1.2.4.  Multiple page printing, 198
        1.2.5.  Font options, 199
        1.2.6.  Enlarging and resolution, 199
        1.2.7.  Options for directories and font names, 200
        1.2.8.  Structure of the font substituting file, 201
        1.2.9.  Additional options, configuration file, 202
        1.2.10. Setting the error sensivity, 203


IV.  Printing documents, 205

1. Usage of dvihplj.exe, 205

2. Options of dvidot.exe, 206

3. Usage of dvimsp.exe, 207

4. Usage of pcltomsp.exe, 208


V.   Fonts, 209

1. Usage of mfjob.exe, 209

2. Structure of .mfj file, 210

3. Usage of mf.exe, 212

4. Usage of gftopk.exe, 214

5. Usage of gftopxl.exe, 214

6. Other converters, 214

7. Usage of fontlib.exe, 214
  7.1.  Options, 215
  7.2.  Operations, 216



VI.  Other possibilities, 217

1. Simple graphics, 217

2. Inserting graphics, 218

3. Error messages, 219


Index, 221