On Jul 26, 2006, at 1:06 PM, cga2000 wrote: > Would you know if by any chance a repository of "LaTeX templates > for all > occasions" is available anywhere? I tend to learn much faster by > example and I was thinking that such templates might help > compensate for > the fact that there does not appear to be much available in the way > of a > tutorial or HowTo. That would probably be CTAN. http://www.ctan.org Find a package which addresses a particular task and usually you'll find an example document bundled in with it. I list a few of my favourites here: http://members.aol.com/willadams/books-e-tex.html (mental note, must remember to add the booktabs documentation --- http://tug.ctan.org/cgi-bin/getFile.py?fn=/macros/latex/contrib/ booktabs/booktabs.pdf ) There've been a couple of sites set up which show domain-specific examples --- usually a judicious search on Google (be sure to always include a typesetting term or scientific phrase) will turn some up. This list is really low-volume. Your message yesterday was the first since 17 July. I think there're archives on the LaTeX Project site. You might find TeXhax or usenet:comp.text.tex more of what you're expecting. William -- William Adams senior graphic designer Fry Communications This email message and any files transmitted with it contain information which is confidential and intended only for the addressee(s). If you are not the intended recipient(s), any usage, dissemination, disclosure, or action taken in reliance on it is prohibited. The reliability of this method of communication cannot be guaranteed. Email can be intercepted, corrupted, delayed, incompletely transmitted, virus-laden, or otherwise affected during transmission. Reasonable steps have been taken to reduce the risk of viruses, but we cannot accept liability for damage sustained as a result of this message. If you have received this message in error, please immediately delete it and all copies of it and notify the sender.