During my mathematical typing, I find it a lot of hassle having to type in and then proofread.
Visually impaired, I'm really slow with my mathematical typesetting using LaTeX.
So can anybody please suggest ways to automate my mathematical LaTeX document typesetting?
Please also suggest some repository for LaTeX templates for mathematical documents.
After reading the answer and the comment below, I thought I should supply some more info about myself.
I'm a visually impaired person able to read and write from a distance of only six inches or so, and that too not in sunlight.
I'm not comfortable viewing the computer screen with light background and dark text.
Rather, I'm more comfortable viewing the computer screen --- and reading the text --- against a dark background, with some amount of text magnification / zooming in.
I'm using an Intel Celeron Pentium 4 1.8 GHz processor with 1 GB of RAM and 40 GB hard disk space.
My operating system is Windows XP Service Pack 2.
For input, I use WinEdit; for compiling, I use MikeTeX.
For accessibility, I've turned on the High Contrast Black (Large) option under the View tab in the Display dialog box.
It often becomes too cumbersome finding errors in my typed input.
Distinguishing amongst the parentheses, the braces, and the brackets; the dollar, the percent symbol, and the ampersand; the "l", the "I", and the "1"; and the like is also quite difficult at times.
Here in Pakistan, there aren't many (if there any at all) blind and visually impaired people doing mathematics and latex typesetting, nor is there any organisation to provide any accessibility advice and support to visually challenged students specialising in mathematics and the natural sciences.