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How To Tex has a fine collection of important topics, refer to "12 great resources for getting started with latex", note the sections "Tutorials and Guides" and "LaTeX installation". If you are interested in mathematics there is an entry example with all the necessary files and some good links. ... and use the search function on this page.
In addition to the reference book mentioned by Yuan Ma, The LaTeX Companion, you'll find many online resources at www.tug.org and on this page of The TeX Catalogue on line.
“the latex companion” has already been mentioned; it’s a good book, but i don’t think of it as a introduction. it is also online at the publisher’s site for a beginner online text, i regularly recommend “a short introduction to latex”, which is available in lots of languages — the english version is on ctan (the tex materials archive) finally, the uk tex ...
My recommendation for textbook is "The Latex Companion", this is a really good book for you to learn LaTex, no matter you are the beginner or already have a lot of experience. Amazon link is here:
Also worth reading: “LaTeX for Complete Novices” by our highly esteemed TeX.SE member Nicola Talbot. It’s available in the WWW on http://www.dickimaw-books.com/latex/novices/, where you can get 3 PDF versions (2 different paper formats and a version for screen viewing), a HTML version and the sources. Very recently the A4 PDF version was also added ...
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