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>LaTeX isn't Unix-specific. I use LaTeX under Windows
>MikTeX is the specific implementation.
>It runs off the DOS command line and is really no fun, but it's
On Linux, at any rate, there are a couple of GUIs of LaTeX.
However, in any form, I suggest that it's most suitable for
one-shot documents, not ones that are going to be revised.
Bruce Byfield, Outlaw Communications
Vancouver, BC, Canada
bbyfield -at- axionet -dot- com (604.421.7189)
"But the backdrops peel and the sets give way,
And the cast gets eaten by the play....
And the patrons and actors are uncertain if the show is through"
And with sidelong looks await their cue."
- Alan Moore, "V for Vendetta"