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CTAN package upgrade: newlfm

Date: January 20, 2003 3:04:54 PM CET
A package upgrade has been installed on tug.ctan.org and should make its way to your favorite mirror in a day or two. Thanks for the upload, Jim ====================================================================== The following information was provided by our fellow contributor. Name of contribution: newlfm Author's name: Paul Thompson Location on CTAN: macros/latex/contrib/supported/newlfm Summary description: newlfm - new letter fax memo License type: lppl Announcement text given by the contribution's author: - - ---------------------------------------------------------------------- Version 6.0 of newlfm is announced. This is a pretty major revision of newlfm. It corrects an inconsistency with geometry (by removing dependence on geometry). It incorporates several missing components from the page. Most importantly, Version 6.0 incorporates a keyed-value approach to parameter setting. Rather than setting all parameters using the options section of the \documentclass command, the keyed-value approach allows the parameters to be set using several keyed-value parameters (i.e., \LetterP{stdletter,nofromaddr} ). These allow the entire composition of the letter (dimensions, etc.) to be stored and used as callable values from the letter database file. - - ----------------------------------------------------------------------

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.

Copyright1999–2009 Paul Thompson
MaintainerPaul A. Thompson



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