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LaTeX Beginners Guide by Stefan Kottwitz

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Summary

This chapter prepared us to solve problems that might occur.

Specifically, we have learned about:

  • Locating and fixing errors
  • Understanding warning messages
  • Analyzing LaTeX's typesetting log

Correcting errors is absolutely necessary. Dealing with warnings is a valuable bonus.

If you encounter any problem which you aren't able to solve on your own, don't hesitate to ask for help on a LaTeX Internet forum. You've got the tools within this chapter, and also:

  • You know how to create a tiny but complete example which demonstrates the problem
  • You are able to report an error message
  • You know about the log file and could provide its information

For LaTeX friends online, it's often an easy task to use this information in solving your problem, and definitely ...

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