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Old 08-16-2004, 03:00 PM
Harry Schmidt
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Default Is there a pogram for typing math. formulas



josefmatz schrieb:


LaTeX, [Only registered users see links. ]. Das ist vermutlich der de-facto Standard
im physikalischen Umfeld. Eignet sich aber auch hervorragend für
nicht-wissenschaftliche Drucksachen und produziert wunderschöne
Dokumente (wenn man etwas damit umgehen kann).


Gibt's auch für Windows. Um es zu lernen musst Du anfangs etwas
Arbeit reinstecken. Links zu guter Einführungsliteratur gibt's in der
FAQ unter obigem Link.

Gruß, Harry

P.S.: de.sci.physik ist eine deutschsprachige Newsgroup.


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