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Re: How to write a "proper" math document


David,



This is a very nice presentation, and a very tempting technique.
However, it is a presentation, rather than the article, and without
your explanations it is difficult to catch many things in it. Have you
may be a sort of an article or tutorial on this subject? That would be
very helpful.



Best, Alexei



For strategies and techniques for doing things like this using

tagging, take a look at



http://scientificarts.com/worklife/conference2008.html



Best,

David


On Jul 4, 6:44 am, dr DanW <dmaxwar... at gmail.com> wrote:

> Pulling back from the meta-issue of literate engineering, this is the sec=
ond time in as many months the topic of hiding cells for publishing documen=
tation has come up in this forum.=A0 I think I will experiment a little wit=
h using cell tags to mark cells for hiding (closing) so switching between t=
he development and publishing layout is just a button click.=A0 If I come u=
p with something I am happy with, I'll post it under a new thread.

>

> Daniel



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