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Is there anybody who would be interested in working with me as a LaTeX / Beamer consultant? I can do my best to post minimum working examples and to incorporate the advice I'm given. I will continue to do so, but I can't always do it; my skills are not that good. And I'm ok with my bad LaTeX skills. I would just really want to have someone look at my code and help me work through a few things. Is there a way to communicate via email?

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Thank you. Is anybody else available outside of TUG? –  J G Feb 10 '12 at 1:04
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Thank you Peter for your comment. Is there a way for me to be in touch through this form with anybody who might be interested? I don't see any links other than TUG or message board forums to post specific questions. I would dearly like to work with someone via email. Is there a way to get into an email exchange through this forum? –  J G Feb 10 '12 at 1:32
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@JG The two links point to people who do commercial TeX work: I would imagine that contacting them directly will be possible from the information available, as they have livings to make! TeX.sx works best with questions that have some general relevance, hence for example the idea of a MEW from which people can understand a problem independent of the exact detail of one use case. It's therefore not set up for 'one-to-one' trouble shooting. –  Joseph Wright Feb 10 '12 at 7:16
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You should try posting to: latex-community.org/forum –  Jes Feb 10 '12 at 21:16