|On-Line LaTeX Tutorial (http://www.cs.cornell.edu/Info/Misc/LaTeX-Tutorial/LaTeX-Home.html) |
This is an excellent introduction to LaTeX produced by the University of Cornell. It contains lots of worked examples. Highly recommended.
| The MikTeX LaTeX package for Windows (http://www.miktex.org/) |
MiKTEX (pronounced mick-tech) is an up-to-date implementation of TEX and related programs for Windows (all current variants) on x86 systems.
Main features include:
|TeTeX - a TeX distribution for Unix/Linux (http://www.tug.org/tetex/) |
TeTeX is the main Linux TeX implementation. You will probably find that your Linux installation already has this installed, but if not you can download an appropriate version from here.
|TeX Live for Mac OS X (http://www.rna.nl/tex.html) |
A comprehensive guide to getting, installing and running LaTeX on a Mac running Mac OS X
|JEdit - A Java-based Text Editor (http://www.jedit.org/) |
JEdit is a java-based text editor. It provides a LaTeX editing mode which is very helpful. Make sure that you load in the plug-ins, since these provide additional functionality. The XInsert plug-in is particularly important, because this provides LaTeX keyword insertion.
|Harvard Bibliography Style Package (http://www.arch.usyd.edu.au/~peterw/latex/harvard/) |
This site provides a style package for producing Harvard style bibliography citations and entries. You will have to follow the instructions for installing new packages that are supplied with your TeX distribution in order to install the package.
|Links to almost everything on TeX that is available for free (http://www.tug.org/interest.html#free) |
A page of links to almost everything on TeX that is available for free