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TeX is for me like Unix: there is always something new to explore. I am especially curious to learn more about TeX to spice up my LaTeX code and write some domain-specific macros. I am happy to share my knowledge from writing scientific documents in computer science. These days I'm using LaTeX mostly for reports, in combinations with R, for serial letters, and for creating (PDF) forms.


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revised Table with multiple lines in some cells
Added: \shortstack takes option.
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May
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comment Linebreak without justification if remaining Text doesn't fit
You are right, this is not code that I wrote but found in same package and then used in my own documents. Shame on me, I don't remember which package it was. But I guess you know ;)
May
9
revised Linebreak without justification if remaining Text doesn't fit
Updated example to highlight what happens when not enough space left for author's name.
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answered Linebreak without justification if remaining Text doesn't fit
Apr
26
revised Output TeX into a PDF template
This is about creating graphical letterheads and much less about document configuration.
Apr
25
comment Output TeX into a PDF template
See also Creating letters with zero-margin colored headers, in addition to the regular letterhead.