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{chletter}[2010/10/10 v2.0 Swiss letter document class]

The chletter class is suited for typesetting letters with letterhead 
corresponding to the Swiss norm SN 010130.

The default letterhead fits into ISO 269 C5 & C6/5 windowed envelopes,
both right windowed and left windowed.

This class is mostly compatible with the standard LaTeX2e classes. It
is not limited to letters and may be used as a generic document class.

Its basic usage is very simple and user friendly. It is appropriate to
quickly typeset casual documents and letters.

However the class is highly configurable and may be used within complex
setups to provide automated letters composition.

The chletter code is very compact and highly optimized, dropping the
obsolete legacy (namely LaTeX 2.09) for the sake of efficiency.

Provided files:
chletter.dtx  code and documentation
chletter.ins  install script
chletter.pdf  documentation

Copyright 2010 Boris Oriet
The licence is LPPL 1.3c.


Name Size Date Notes
README 961 2010-10-10 09:57
chlet­ter.dtx 62367 2010-10-10 16:39
chlet­ter.ins 2284 2010-10-10 09:25
chlet­ter.pdf 134462 2010-10-10 16:43

Down­load the con­tents of this pack­age in one zip archive (145.7k).

chlet­ter – Class for type­set­ting let­ters to Swiss rules

The class en­ables com­po­si­tion of let­ters fit­ting into Swiss C5 & C6/5 win­dowed en­velopes. No as­sump­tion is made about the lan­guage used.

The class is based on the stan­dard LaTeX classes and is com­pat­i­ble with the LaTeX let­ter class. It is not lim­ited to let­ters and may be used as a generic doc­u­ment class; it is used with the chex­tras pack­age.

Pack­age De­tailschlet­ter
Li­censeThe LaTeX Project Public Li­cense
Main­tainerBoris Oriet
Con­tained inTeX Live as chlet­ter
MiKTeX as chlet­ter
Topics type­set­ting let­ters, en­velopes, faxes, etc
type­set­ting as done in Switzer­land
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