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comment Generating labels for envelopes
ctan.org/tex-archive/macros/latex/contrib/ticket
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comment How to write Euclidean distance
if you look at the source code of the wikipedia page (CTRL-U), you can see the latex code for the formulae
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comment How can i have custom bibliography style
you need to unzip your file & find makebst.tex. as outlined above, say 'latex makebst.tex` and answer the prompts - say yes as the end when asked whether you want the .bst file generated. somewhere, you'll have supplied a name for this, your custom style file. say this is mystyle.bst - you'll then need to replace nar above with mystyle, i.e. you should have \bibliographystyle{mystyle}. And that's it. LaTeX needs to be able to find mystyle.bst, the easiest is to put it in the same directory where your .tex file is.
May
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comment How can i have custom bibliography style
Have a look at the custom-bib package - it works well together with natbib and has multiple options. Using it is a easy as doing latex makebst.tex and following the prompts - much easier than adapting an existing .bst file. You'll find makebst.tex in the custom-bib directory of your LaTeX distribution (depending on your operating system). You can find multiple tutorials on the web on using this package if you google it.
May
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comment Is there a way to change papersize in beamer?
you can change the aspect ratio; otherwise have a look at the beamerposter package
Apr
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comment change title font and text font for preparing IEEE poster
there are quite a few latex poster packages which may be of use you; see e.g. tex.stackexchange.com/questions/341/…
Apr
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comment mdframed-Put something on the start of one vertical left rule
if you don't need the page breaking mdframed provides, have a look at the bclogo package - it provides such functionality & has several graphs, including the danger sign, built in (last time I looked the documentation was in french only, but the examples are clear enough).
Apr
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comment Changing the colon to a comma after the vol.(num.) in bst file
if you are using natbib you might consider using custom-bib to set up your own .bst file - basically you run latex makebst.tex and follow the instructions - much easier than messing around with a .bst file
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comment Clipart images for LaTeX?
see also tex.ac.uk/tex-archive/info/svg-inkscape/InkscapePDFLaTeX.pdf on how to use inkscape to convert svg to pdf and include it in a pdflatex file. works well!
Mar
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comment How to underline the name of a journal in bibliography without modifying the .bib file
there is the ulem package - it changes emphasized text to underlined - it might work if your journal names are in \em rather than \it
Mar
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comment How to underline the name of a journal in bibliography without modifying the .bib file
the custom-bib package provides one of the easiest ways to set up your own bibliography style file (.bst) - it certainly allows for italic journal names, but I am not sure that it provides an underlining option. AFAIK underlining cannot be broken across lines - which might cause a problem for automatically doing is for long journal names
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answered Comprehensive list of tools that simplify the generation of LaTeX tables
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comment Correct format of an equation
for an operator to be typeset as such (similar to log), you can declare it in the preamble. e.g. \DeclareMathOperator{\diag}{diag} - then \diag in math will typeset "diag" upright