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the TeX Users Group

TUGboat 14:1, March 1993

printing press

Accumulated lists across all of TUGboat: by author/people, by category/keyword, by title.

Complete issue 14:1 as one pdf (6.9mb) 
Inside front cover   c2 
Title page   
Editorial information   
Addresses   3-4 
General Delivery
Opening words 
  Christina Thiele 
Editorial comments 
  Barbara Beeton 
    Gaelic;     Erratum: British hyphenation
Typesetting Chinese pinyin using virtual fonts 
  Wai Wong 
A multimedia document system based on TeX and DVI documents 
  R. A. Vesilo, Alec Dunn 
Book Reviews
Michael Vulis, Modern TeX and Its Applications 
  Jon Radel 
Book Reviews   17-23 
Arvind Borde, Mathematical TeX by Example 
  Philip Taylor 
The bag of tricks 
  Victor Eijkhout 
Anchored figures at either margin 
  Daniel Comenetz 
The \CASE and \FIND macros 
  Jonathan Fine 
Doing astronomical computations with TeX: Making agendas 
  Jordi Saludes 
FIFO and LIFO sing the BLUes 
  Kees van der Laan 
An update on the babel system 
  Johannes Braams 
Hacker's Guide to AmSFonts and NFSS in the Context of LaTeX 
  Rafał Żbikowski 
Response to A.G.W. Cameron 
  André Heck 
Die TeXnische Komödie 1992, Heft 1–4   71-76 
News & Announcements
Calendar   77-79 
Courses to be held in conjunction with TUG93 (Aston University, Birmingham, U.K., 26–30 July 1993)   79 
Late-Breaking News
Production notes 
  Barbara Beeton 
Coming next issue   81-82 
Index of advertisers   82 
TUG Business
Institutional members   83-84 
TUG membership application   85-86 
TeX consulting and production services   87 
Advertisements   87-92 

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