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Topic: mathematical typesetting/word processing
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Gerard LaVarnway

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mathematical typesetting/word processing
Posted: Jul 3, 1996 11:40 AM
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In regrads to the recent post about performing mathematical
typesetting and word processing using Tex and/or Latex, does
anyone have any experience with Scientic Word and/or
Scientific WorkPlace?

It is my impression that you create "documents" in a windows
and mouse environment and the program generates the Tex code
for you.

Questions:

1) Is this correct?
2) Is the Tex code acurate?
3) Has anyone done a thesis and or dissertation using
Scientific Word or Scientific WorkPlace?

Thanks,

--Gerard

P.S. It is my undesrtanding that Scientific WorkPlace come with
Maple fully intergrated? Is this also true?

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