(Version indicator: 2018 Feb 08) The C.D.P. Bundle was originally developed for a free association named "C.D.P." (more on it in the documentation), to typeset its official letters with the appropriate letterhead; but more generally, it can be used to typeset business letters bearing a letterhead of your choice and formatted according to Italian style conventions. Its modular structure, however, provides you with building blocks of increasing level, by means of which you should be able to adapt the letter format to a wide variety of styles. It is also possible to write letters divided into sections and paragraphs, to include floating figures and tables, and to use the commands "\tableofcontents", "\listoffigures", and "\listoftables" to compile the relevant indexes. A single input file can contain several letters, and each letter will have its own table of contents, etc., independent of the other ones. The C.D.P. Bundle may be distributed and/or modified under the conditions of the LaTeX Project Public License, either version 1.3 of this license or (at your option) any later version. For more information, read the following files: 00readme.txt -- start by reading this file cdpbundl-doc.pdf -- overview of the C.D.P. Bundle (PDF) cdp-ver-0-36.pdf -- instructions specific to version 0.36 (PDF) Other files that make up the distribution are: manifest.txt -- legal stuff cdpbundl.dtx -- main source file cdpbundl.ins -- installation script See the file `manifest.txt' for a more precise specification of what files constitutes a LPPL-compliant distribution.
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C.D.P. Bundle – Business letters in the Italian style
The C.D.P. Bundle can be used to typeset high-quality business letters formatted according to Italian style conventions. It is highly configurable, and its modular structure provides you with building blocks of increasing level, by means of which you can compose a large variety of letters. It is also possible to write letters divided into sections and paragraphs, to include floating figures and tables, and to have the relevant indexes compiled automatically. A single input file can contain several letters, and each letter will have its own table of contents, etc., independent from the other ones.
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