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reviewed Close How to center SAS code in Beamer
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comment How to center SAS code in Beamer
@Jubobs That question is related to the numbers=left option (not present here). Maybe this one will work: tex.stackexchange.com/q/5818/9517
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reviewed Leave Open Embedding LaTex code in pdf
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reviewed Close Love message at the end of a document after references with Teddy pictures?
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revised Using LaTeX to solve math problems in LaTeX more efficiently than with only paper
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revised Using LaTeX to solve math problems in LaTeX more efficiently than with only paper
Rephrased the last sentences to make the question purely about latex
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comment Using LaTeX to solve math problems in LaTeX more efficiently than with only paper
@ the reviewers: please have a look to the existing answer before voting to close.
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comment Using LaTeX to solve math problems in LaTeX more efficiently than with only paper
Brr. Btw, I never heard of the cool package, it does indeed look quite cool! You could use it to prettify even further your example, for example by replacing the \int_foo^bar{baz \,dx} with \Int{foo}{x,bar,baz}. There doesn't seem to be macros replacing \iiint though.
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comment Using LaTeX to solve math problems in LaTeX more efficiently than with only paper
"[I] adhere to it closely in \frac-tions" Do you really know of people who don't?
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comment Using LaTeX to solve math problems in LaTeX more efficiently than with only paper
Well, it gives you one more possibility for making things more convenient and productive. So instead of the 3 choices in your question, you have 6 (with or without a CAS). And then, on top of that, you will have the choice of the CAS, and maybe the "best" choice will be to use several of them. The end result will hopefully be a more convenient and productive workflow, but the road to reach that is more complicated with every tool you need to consider.
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reviewed Leave Open Using LaTeX to solve math problems in LaTeX more efficiently than with only paper
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comment Using LaTeX to solve math problems in LaTeX more efficiently than with only paper
One thing is almost certain though: if we could copy and paste on paper like on computer, we would end up copying and pasting mistakes, exactly like on computer. Also note that the related feature of "cut and paste" is available with paper, unbelievable as it is. :D
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comment Using LaTeX to solve math problems in LaTeX more efficiently than with only paper
I'm not sure that this website is the best place to ask this question, maybe productivity.stackexchange.com would be a better choice for example. By the way, to make things even more complicated, you could also consider adding some mathematical software to your toolbox.
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comment Is there a specialized Pdf viewer for Latex-Beamer presentations on Linux?
Voting is the recommended way of saying thanks, and adding a "thanks" comment is also possible (especially if you want to add some information to the answer). On the other hand, "thank you" answers are to be avoided, because they mean mixing actual, useful content (the answers) with noise.
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comment Getting WinEdt to ignore lstlisting
The question is indeed about another problem, my bad. However, from what I understand, the OP was using Verbatimplus precisely to achieve what you want (note how the "Not to be shown in tree view" section disappeared between his two screenshots.
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comment Getting WinEdt to ignore lstlisting
What happens if you try the solution given in that other question? Are you using VerbatimPlus as well?
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comment Links work in preview but not in final PDF
If you have another question, ask another question, do not use an answer for that. For that specific question, however, it is likely to be a setting in the pdf viewer, rather than a tex problem, maybe this question would be more suitable on another site, such as superuser.stackexchange.com.