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Re: LaTeX journal and publisher macros

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Tue, 7 Oct 1997 22:54:10 +0100

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 > I suggested LaTeX should have a PlainTeX class, so that could > conveniently migrate from PlainTeX to LaTeX... I find latex &plain file.tex usually works quite well. You can also go \documentclass{article} \usepackage{plain} \begin{document} \begin{plain} \input{file} \end{plain} \end{document} which works most of the time as well. But probably not for the kind of article that appears in TUGBOAT. It is not too hard to write a TeX document that really excercises the obscure bits of whatever format it is aimed at, and so really will not run on any emulation'. David`