# Tags

A tag is a keyword or label that categorizes your question with other, similar questions. Using the right tags makes it easier for others to find and answer your question.

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a package for facilitating multirow cells in {tables} and {arrays}.
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about drawing lines (also called rules). Popular packages are {booktabs} (which provides high quality table rules) and {dashrule}.
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for questions concerning the formatting of table cells that span several columns.
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an environment used in {math-mode}. It can be useful when aligning terms.
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the programming "language" written for the LaTeX3 project. It is a library of common functions for storing and manipulating data and performing higher-level logical tasks than commonly prov…
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for general questions about rotating document elements as well as for questions about the `rotating` package and its `sidewaysfigure` and `sidewaystable` (floating) environments. For gen…
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a document class for IEEE Transactions journals and conferences.
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(1) graphs of functions or (2) sets of nodes and edges.
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specifically about making document elements bold (or removing this font attribute). For general questions about formatting document elements, use {formatting} instead.
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for questions which are specific for the Microsoft Windows operating systems. Questions regarding MikTeX, a popular TeX distribution for Windows, should be tagged with {miktex} instead.
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a technique or approach that TeXnicians recognize as giving better results than other approaches.
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a package for typesetting captions of {subfloats}.
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about operators in math mode. These include sums, integrals and similar, text operators like sin, cos, etc.
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a package for creating framed boxes that can break across pages.
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specifically about columns in {tables} (though often the latter tag will suffice). If your question is about {two-column} documents or the {multicol} package, use the respective tag inste…
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about three-dimensional content, e.g., images and drawings.
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about the \input command which makes LaTeX process the content of a given file basically the same way as if it would be written instead of \input.
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about formatting acronyms and abbreviations using customized commands or specific packages like acronym or {glossaries}.
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a highly configurable TeX-based authoring system dedicated mainly to produce hypertext.
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about handling URLs in (La)TeX documents, commonly by using the \url macro provided by the {url} and {hyperref} packages.
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General questions about text editors used for editing (La)TeX source code. For questions about specific editors, use the specific tag if applicable, e.g. {emacs}, {vim}, {kile}, {texworks}, or {texnic…
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a package that simplifies the inclusion of external multi-page PDF documents in LaTeX documents.
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a term used by the {beamer} document class to describe the layering of slides.
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a package for drawing electrical networks with TikZ.
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a package that facilitates expressive syntax highlighting in LaTeX using the powerful Pygments library. The package provides options to customize the highlighted source code output using {…
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about diacritics, i.e., ancillary glyphs added to a letter, or basic glyph. Some diacritical marks, such as the acute ( ´ ) and grave ( ` ), are often called accents. Diacritical marks ma…
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about dealing with and (hopefully) getting rid of compiler warnings.
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about bibliography questions using the style of the American Psychological Association. Use this tag in addition to the tag for the specific package you use to implement the style.
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Knuth's original default format for TeX documents.
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