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"Prabir G. Dastidar" <[log in to unmask]>
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Wed, 6 Mar 2002 11:28:32 -0000
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That was a real help. Today whole day I am spending on it.. As you
advised I had gone to (I really did not know, it is
different for Windows!) and installed in my computer.
- DVI viewer is the one ?

- Will it be possible to let me know which basic book I should
start with?

- Can you send me a sample input file for my first hand trial ?

- Can it upload MS Word files directly?

For the time being this will be enough to get things going.

Thank you once again for your kind help. (I have got only two
responses, out of that yours is the one have put me on right

Kind Regards,


** I will wait for your reply.
On Wed, 06 Mar 2002 Peter Trifonov wrote :
>I do not think that this is a right place for such questions. In
>you can get much more assistance.
> > Would anybody guide me how to install it. Step by step guide
>If you are running Windows you should use MiKTeX
>( It
>offers very good easy-to-use installer.
>If you are running UNIX, probably you already have it installed.
>latex at command line and see what happens.
>On the same web site you will find also a lot of TeX-related
>With best regards,
>P. Trifonov

Prabir G. Dastidar
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