LaTeX is pronounced many ways: lay-tech and lah-tech are the most popular

- LaTex WikibookThis free Wikibook on LaTeX is very helpful with lots of examples and easy to navigate

- A Guide to Latex by Helmut Kopka; Patrick W. DalyCall Number: Z253.4.L38 K66 1999Request through USMAI
- LaTex Beginner's Guide by Stefan KottwitzCall Number: Z253.4.L38 K68 2011Friendly book to get you started.

Request through USMAI - LaTeX: A Document Preparation System by Leslie LamportCall Number: Z253.4.L38 L35 1994This useful book was written by Leslie Lamport who wrote LaTeX.

Request through USMAI - A LaTex Companion by Michel Goossens; Alexander SamarinCall Number: Z253.4.L38 G66 2001Available in the SMCM Library

- DeTeXifyDraw a symbol and search for possible matches and find the LaTeX command.

Some symbols have a \usepackage{package_name} command that you need to include in the preamble of your .tex file (before the \begin{document}). This tells LaTeX to use a package that has even more commands. The vast majority of these packages are already downloaded with your tex installation. - Comprehensive LaTeX Symbol List by Scott PakinDocument listings 14,283 symbols and the corresponding LaTeX commands that produce them. Use only as a last resort.

- Table EditorOnline table creator for LaTeX. Enter data into the cells to generate code for table is LaTeX, html, Mathematica, and more.
- LaTeX TemplatesTemplates for creating books, articles, assignments, resumes, and much more in LaTeX.

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