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Does anyone know, where I can buy help for LaTeX? I have a lot of beginner problems with LaTeX and I'm looking to buy help. Does anyone know, where I can hire someone to help me? I would probably need help for 2 hours. I can pay 50-100 USD per hour. Alternative is me getting expensive treatment for the ulcer, which LaTeX is helping to develop.
I think there is an impression, that I'm not willing to learn. That is not true. I am very willing to learn, but the information is scattered, which is not useful for a beginner. It is currently better for me to invest money instead of time. Hopefully I will be the one answering questions a year from now.
I had an expert look at my document. So far he has shown no interest in being paid. I learned among other things, that I should use subcaption instead of subfloat. I'm not sure how a beginner is supposed to know that.
I also taught myself how to use relative paths:
I'm making progress, but when you are working against deadlines and you run into a problem every 20 minutes, then it can be frustrating and a better investment to pay an expert instead of buying a book or searching the internet.
I currently have a problem that not all of my abbreviations are showing up in my list of abbreviations. I can't formulate a question and show a minimal non-working example. I don't have that level of expertise yet.