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CTAN submission – newlfm

Date: November 19, 2001 9:53:25 AM CET
----- Forwarded message from Paul Thompson ----- I have uploaded to ftp.dante.de an update to my class file newlfm.cls. It is a zip archive newlfm.zip The package is stored at macros/latex2e/contrib/supported/newlfm Here is a brief description of newlfm: Announcing newlfm.cls 3.2 (NEW Letter Fax Memo) newlfm integrates the letter class with fancyhdr and geometry to o automatically make letterhead stationary o includes support for a database for addresses; instead of putting all the information for different letters into different letters, you put it in the database, and pull it into the letter with a single command o includes support for other languages, including pig Latin o includes a number of excluded article.cls features (table, figure) o integrates support for memos and faxes within the same package o full support for positioning of items (moving the date up or down; putting the date between from and to blocks; etc.) o supports mass mailings and form letters easily and simply o prints addresses on labels. One Avery label type is set up, while others are being added. Additionally, the envlab package has been integrated into newlfm, so that all of the features of envlab are now available in newlfm o supports 3 different types of letters (standard, business) and includes full control for positioning of letter elements o has a full manual, for ease of use. The manual has been rewritten and reformatted newlfm.cls is released under the lppl guidelines, or under gpl or under lgpl, whichever is LESS RESTRICTIVE ----- End forwarded message ----- Thanks for the upload. I installed the new version as suggested in CTAN:/tex-archive/macros/latex/contrib/supported/newlfm replacing the old version. Reinhard Zierke for the CTAN team

newlfm – Write letters, facsimiles, and memos

Integrates the letter class with fancyhdr and geometry to automatically make letterhead stationery. Useful for writing letters, fax, and memos. You can set up an address book using ‘wrapper’ macros. You put all the information for a person into a wrapper and then put the wrapper in a document. The class handles letterheads automatically. You place the object for the letterhead (picture, information, etc.) in a box and all sizing is set automatically.

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