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I want to put entire letter as a quotation in text (which is a book), something similar to what you get with quotation enviroinment, but preserving positions of adress etc. How to do this?

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By "letter", are you referring to a single character, or a full page? For the latter, if you have an electronic version (in PDF) of the document, you could include it using \includegraphics[page=?,..]{filename.pdf}. – Werner Jan 6 '13 at 21:35
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One option would be to process the letter separately to a pdf and then use the pdfpages package to include the entire letter as a pdf. you can then scale the letter to fit whatever space you have. The package also works for multiple pages.

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