Creating a PDF Document using PDFLaTeX |
Dr Nicola Talbot |
School of Computing Sciences |
University of East Anglia
Sample PDF Document
You can download the source code for a PDF document here. You can either
download the files individually:
or you can download all files in a tar gzip file: pdfdoc.tar.gz
This document is designed to create either an A4 document intended for
printing or a 6inx4in document intended for on-line viewing.
A boolean variable, online, was defined to determine which version
to produce, and to save editing the file each time a different version
is required, a file called switch.tex is read in, if it exists.
The Makefile contains the line:
echo "\onlinetrue" > switch.tex
when the 6inx4in version is being created, and the line:
echo "\onlinefalse" > switch.tex
when the A4 version is being created. So, to create the 6inx4in version,
all that is needed is to do:
and to create the A4 version, all that is needed is to do:
This sample document is an old version of the document
Creating a PDF Document using PDFLaTeX. The most
recent version is rather more complicated, as I wanted it to work under both
PDFLaTeX and LaTeX2HTML.
N.L.C. Talbot. School of Computing Sciences, University of East Anglia.
Last Modified: 17 July, 2004