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You have an easy and up-to-date access to the package documentations through the TeX Catalogue on Line, that you can find, e.g. here: It's enough to have a bookmark in your favourite browser. For a general help on LaTeX, you have the LaTeX Help e-book, which is in .chm format (compiled html), that you can find here. I don't know if it works on other ...


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Most distributions came with texdoc programm. Open a command line/terminal window and type texdoc <package name> where <package name> is the name of the class, style for which you want some documentation. For example for biblatex, use texdoc biblatex and you read the PDF with Biblatex manual


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Most of the package can be found on CTAN. They have an up-to-date documentation. Command which are part of the package have their documentation with them too.


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The problem is that l3doc is really somewhat internal to the project and not really what we consider stable or properly documented --- in short it is a bunch of hacks and add-ons for documentation that we experimented with and found useful for our own stuff, but never got around finalizing and writing up a proper documentation for it. You can get to the ...



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