4 Chapter 1. LATEX Basics Special Characters Certain characters have special meaning to LATEX. An example is the sign, which indicates that the remainder of the line is a comment and should not be processed.
Sections and chapters Documents usually have some levels of chapters andor sections to keep its contents organized. L a T e X supports this type of organization and also customization of the sectioning and numbering. This manual was originally translated from LATEX. HLP v1. 0a in the VMS Help Library. The pretranslation version was written by George D.
Greenwade of Sam Houston State University. Table of contents. All autonumbered headings get entered in the Table of Contents (ToC) automatically.
You don't have to print a ToC, but if you want to, just add the command \tableofcontents at the point where you want it printed (usually after the Abstract or Summary).
Getting to Grips with LaTeX Tables of Contents. by Andrew Roberts. If you write long reports, manuals, books, theses and so on, it's standard practice to add tables of contents (perhaps also tables of figures and tables of tables too) and depending on the type of document you may require an index too. Tables of Contents. A table of contents This document was generated on 1 March 1996 using the texi2html translator version 1.
46. texi2html translator version 1. 46. Using Imported Graphics in LATEX2" Keith Reckdahl Version 2. 0 December 15, 1997 able to locate the necessary information by browsing the table of contents on pages 35 or the index on pages 8486. While LATEX can import virtuallyany graphics format, Encapsulated PostScript (eps) is the easiest graphics format Lists of figures and tables are not automatically added to the table of contents. I will introduce two different approaches here, an automatic and a manual approach.
Automatic approach: Loading tocbibind (package documentation) adds entries for lof and lot to toc. In addition, the package adds bibliographies and table of contents itself, by default. This might not always be desirable. I've written a simple (automatized) report which includes many graphics by simple \includegraphics.
Now I'd like to generate a table of contents link for each graphics which I can click due to pack In the above example, \addstufftotoc[ allows you to add to the ToC of your choice (say List of FiguresTables or Table of Contents which Generating a table of contents can be done with a few simple commands. LaTeX will use the section headings to create the table of contents and there are commands to create a list of There is a LaTeX package lpic to put LaTeX on top of included graphics, thus allowing to add TeX annotations to imported graphics.
It defines a convenient interface to put TeX over included graphics, and allows for drawing a white background under the typeset material to overshadow the graphics. Feb 26, 2014 Also, the page numbers printed in the table of contents are the page numbers in your new document, so that does not have to correspond with the printed number in the original document, especially when concatenating multiple documents. 11 Including Graphics in Your Document 34 It may be necessary to run LaTeX twice on a document with a Table of Contents: the rst time, LaTeX stores the page numbers for the sections in a separate le, and then the second time LaTeX writes this information into the Table of 8.
Latex Manual Table Of Contents The LATEX Tables and graphics tools. Manual installation. plete list of all the highlevel user commands, the main user manual is quite big Try this out and run LATEX (or pdfLATEX) twice. a table of contents appear. a versatile LATEX 2 bundle. Note: This document is a translation of the