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Old 01-30-2002
Printing documents using LaTeX

Hi I want to know how to give a file for printing using Latex formatting also where can I get the latex s/w .
Thanks in advance
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Locale::Po4a::LaTeX(3)					User Contributed Perl Documentation				    Locale::Po4a::LaTeX(3)

Locale::Po4a::LaTeX - convert LaTeX documents and derivates from/to PO files DESCRIPTION
The po4a (PO for anything) project goal is to ease translations (and more interestingly, the maintenance of translations) using gettext tools on areas where they were not expected like documentation. Locale::Po4a::LaTeX is a module to help the translation of LaTeX documents into other [human] languages. It can also be used as a base to build modules for LaTeX-based documents. This module contains the definitions of common LaTeX commands and environments. See the Locale::Po4a::TeX(3pm) manpage for the list of recognized options. SEE ALSO
Locale::Po4a::TeX(3pm), Locale::Po4a::TransTractor(3pm), po4a(7) AUTHORS
Copyright 2004, 2005 by Nicolas FRANCOIS <>. This program is free software; you may redistribute it and/or modify it under the terms of GPL (see COPYING file). perl v5.14.2 2012-05-17 Locale::Po4a::LaTeX(3)

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