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The C.D.P. Bundle was originally developed for a free association
named "C.D.P." (more on it in the documentation), to typeset its
official letters with the appropriate letterhead; but more generally,
it can be used to typeset high-quality business letters formatted
according to Italian style conventions.  It is highly configurable,
and its modular structure provides you with building blocks of
increasing level, by means of which you can compose practically every
kind of business letter you could need (including anglo-saxon ones!).
It is also possible to write letters divided into sections and
paragraphs, to include floating figures and tables, and to use the
commands "\tableofcontents", "\listoffigures", and "\listoftables" to
compile the relevant indexes.  A single input file can contain several
letters, and each letter will have its own table of contents, etc.,
independent from the other ones.

For more information, read the following files:

00readme.txt    --  start by reading this file
overview.pdf    --  general information on the C.D.P. Bundle (PDF)

Other files that make up the distribution are:

manifest.txt    --  legal stuff
cdpbundl.dtx    --  main source file
cdpbundl.ins    --  installation script

See the file `manifest.txt' for a more precise specification of what
files constitutes a LPPL-compliant distribution.

Files

Name Size Date Notes
00readme.txt 9064 2006-01-01 12:00:00
README 1351 2006-01-01 12:00:00
cdpbundl.dtx 237322 2006-01-01 12:00:00
cdpbundl.ins 4352 2006-01-01 12:00:00
manifest.txt 3269 2006-01-01 12:00:00
overview.pdf 679245 2006-01-01 12:00:00

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C.D.P. Bun­dle – Busi­ness let­ters in the Ital­ian style

The C.D.P. Bun­dle can be used to type­set high-qual­ity busi­ness let­ters for­mat­ted ac­cord­ing to Ital­ian style con­ven­tions. It is highly con­fig­urable, and its mod­u­lar struc­ture pro­vides you with build­ing blocks of in­creas­ing level, by means of which you can com­pose a large va­ri­ety of let­ters. It is also pos­si­ble to write let­ters di­vided into sec­tions and para­graphs, to in­clude float­ing fig­ures and ta­bles, and to have the rel­e­vant in­dexes com­piled au­to­mat­i­cally. A sin­gle in­put file can con­tain sev­eral let­ters, and each let­ter will have its own ta­ble of con­tents, etc., in­de­pen­dant from the other ones.

Doc­u­men­ta­tion
Ver­sion0.34
Li­censeThe LaTeX Project Public Li­cense
Copy­right1999-2006 Gus­tavo Mezzetti
Main­tainerGus­tavo Mezzetti
Con­tained inTeXlive as cdp­bundl
MikTeX as cdp­bundl
Topics type­set­ting let­ters, en­velopes, faxes, etc
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