The UK TeX FAQ 1. Origins and maintenance This FAQ was started as a committee effort by the UK TeX Users' Group. If you wish to offer help, or to comment on the content of the FAQ, please mail firstname.lastname@example.org 2. Licence The source of the FAQ itself and its derived products (human-readable versions presented as DVI, PostScript, Adobe Acrobat and HTML) are placed in the public domain. You are permitted (nay, encouraged) to distribute the FAQ as widely as you like. Please be careful to keep your copy of the FAQ up-to-date: it's possible to mirror the FAQ's directory on CTAN, or to watch the CTAN announcements mailing list (see the "answer" on mailing lists in the FAQ itself). Further, you are urged to be very careful about modifying the FAQ: - the source and its relationship to the macros that support it, and to the dubious Perl scripts that create HTML versions, is extremely fragile; so changes are likely to be tricky to "get right" - there's a positive danger in publishing un-reviewed advice, particularly if it claims to come from a usually reliable source. Therefore, if you do have changes to make, please consider submitting them to email@example.com at least in parallel with making changes to your own copy. A statement that details what you've done, in your copy of the FAQ, is particularly useful.
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uk-tex-faq – A compilation of Frequently Asked Questions with answers
The FAQ that has in the past been published in the UK TeX Users Group journal Baskerville (though updated more frequently on CTAN). It is also available (and searchable) via on the web.
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frequently asked questions, with answers|