This course is designed around a textbook written by George Grätzer, entitled

*More Math Into L*. I do encourage you to buy this book, but for now you might just want to download the free online version [7.2 MB]. Certainly if you want to continue learning how to use L

^{A}T_{E}X^{A}T

_{E}X here at mathography.org, you absolutely need this online textbook as we will follow and cover this complete online edition.

L

^{A}T

_{E}X is based on Don Knuth's Tau Epsilon Chi [T

_{E}X] and is widely considered the best way to prepare highly technical documents involving mathematics. I know when I first encountered L

^{A}T

_{E}X I was a bit frightened by the cryptic looking code, but once you get beyond the initial shock you'll be creating spiffy looking mathography that will impress and leave a lasting impression on those that see it. Really, it's that good.

So for now, download the Math_into_LaTeX-4.zip package and expand it. Once expanded you will find a folder (directory) called "Math_into_LaTeX-4" which will have a load of files within it, and you'll need to open Short_Course.pdf and move to the next step.

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