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RE: Trying to use Mathematica as "word processor" for my math homework


Hi Bob,

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> It seems like what I'm after is the same sort of set up that 
> someone writing
> a paper for publicatiojn would need.  Have looked for such 
> examples, but
> have not found any.

Try Paul Abbott's examples at
http://www.physics.uwa.edu.au/~paul/publications.html.  In the conference
publications section, there are some tutorials.  There are also some theses
as notebooks that may suit your purposes.

Regards,

Dave.
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