... Windows users may try MikTeX: http://www.miktex.org/ Paolo -- Lisp Propulsion Laboratory log - http://www.paoloamoroso.it/logMessage 1 of 5 , Feb 13, 2005View Source
LaTex is also avail for win32. (It s a text-editing package, not a part of your OS). Try at www.miktex.org for a commandline utility or atMessage 2 of 5 , Feb 13, 2005View SourceLaTex is also avail for win32. (It's a text-editing package, not a
part of your OS).
Try at www.miktex.org for a commandline utility or at
http://www.toolscenter.org/front_content.php?idcat=26 for an editor
with gui. Both are free.
Worst case, LaTex is an ascii format, so you can often get much of the
content by opening the file in a text editor.
--- In firstname.lastname@example.org, Ivan Villanueva <ivan@a...> wrote:
> > anybody knows how to view .tex slides??
> In Linux (or Unix or probably Mac too) on the console:
> latex file.tex (translate the source code)
> xdvi file.dvi (to view it)
> dvips -f file | lpr (to print it)
> If you use Windows, sorry, I have no idea. Ask Microsoft, after all
> have paid for that operating system, and thus you can expect some
> from them.
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Talaat <akamaledin@...> wrote:
anybody knows how to view .tex slides??
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