Following from Steve Green's excellent talk at the Maths Postgrad away d= ay Jan 2010, we have created this page as as a place for everyone to share = all the little things that make life easy when using LaTeX.

Please post all the interesting things you find, including packages and = workarounds for problems you have experienced. (Non-LaTeX related tip= s on PhD life can be found at Home Maths PG Tips)

A few comprehensive LaTeX guides can be found here:

**More Math into LaTeX**by**G. Gratzer**vi= a the Library http://www.springerlink.com/content/k73= 023/**The Not So Short Introduction To LaTeX**http://www.ctan.org/tex-archive/info/lshort/engli= sh/lshort.pdf**Comprehensive list of TeX Resources**http://= www.tug.org/interest.html**UK List of TeX Frequently Asked Questions on the Web**<= a class=3D"external-link" href=3D"http://www.tex.ac.uk/cgi-bin/texfaq2html?= introduction=3Dyes" rel=3D"nofollow">http://www.tex.ac.uk/cgi-bin/texfaq2ht= ml?introduction=3Dyes

The Comprehensive TeX Archive Network is the home of almost all the LaTe= X packages and tools you will ever need. The easiest way to find what you'r= e after is to search Graham Williams' Catalogue.

The TeX/LaTeX section of StackExchange is a brilliant place = to go to get specific questions answered.

LaTeX Community has some interesting articles in the 'Kno= w How' section, as well as discussion forums.

To help with posting on the wiki, if you have some simple LaTeX code you= wish to demonstrate, insert a Code macro to show the source code (sadly La= TeX syntax highlighting is not available):

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and insert a LaTeX Formatting macro to show the rendered output:

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The old LaTeX macro does not seem to work any more.

All the articles are found in the children of this page, so if you can't= see then click on the "show children" link below.