## TeX Books & Online Tutorials |

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This is just a short list of material that is available for those beginning to use LaTeX.

Check the **TeX Resources on the Web** webpage at
TUG for a more comprehensive list of publications, and
**TeX Related Publiations** provided by the American Mathematical Society.

Among the books commonly recommended are

These can be found on

More Math into LaTeX, 5th Edition(2007)- by George Gratzer.
The LaTeX Companion, Second Edition (2004)- by Frank Mittelbach, Michel Goossens, Johannes Braams, David Carlisle, Chris Rowley
Guide to LaTeX(4th edition, 2003)- by Helmut Kopka and Patrick W. Daly,
First Steps in LaTeX(1999)- [ is for the mathematician, physicist, engineer, scientist, or technical typist who needs to quickly learn how to typeset articles containing mathematical formulas. ]
- by George Gratzer.
The LaTeX-Graphics-Companion-Illustrating Documents with TeX and Postscript(1997)- by Michel Goosens, Sebastian Rahtz, and Frank Mittlebach.
LaTeX: A Document Preparation System(2nd Edition, 1994)- by Leslie Lamport,

Math into LaTeX, A Short Course(2007)- [ This, Part I to Grätzer's
More Math into LaTeX, is freely available from CTAN as a PDF file. ]- by George Gratzer.
The Not So Short Introduction To LaTeX 2e(latest edition 2006)- [ Dutch, English, French, German, Italian, Japanese, Spanish ]

by Tobias Oetiker.

Online tutorials on LATEX- by the Indian TeX Users Group.
LaTeX Tutorials - A Primer- from the
ltxprimer projectLaTeX/Absolute Beginners- by Wikibooks, the open-content textbooks collection.
Getting to grips with Latex- by Andrew Roberts.

Trying Out TeX on Mac OS X- by the TUG TeXnical Working Group.