The facsimile LaTeX package facsimile v1.1 (2002/02/25) CTAN:macros/latex/contrib/facsimile Copyright (C) 2003 Torsten Bronger Distributed under the terms of LPPL Abstract The facsimile package provides a simple interface for creating a fax. This covers by and large two areas: First, a title page is created with a detailed fax header. And secondly, every page gets headers and footers so that the recipient can be sure to have received all pages and complete pages, and to have the correct order. Supported languages: Afrikaans, Dutch, English, French, German, Italian, Portuguese, Spanish, and Swedish. Files README This file. facsimile.dtx Documentation and code for facsimile.cls. facsimile.ins Installation script. facsimile.pdf Ready-to-print package manual. Installation 1) tex facsimile.ins unpacks `facsimile.cls' and the example files `fac-en.cfg', `fac-de.cfg', and `example.tex' from facsimile.dtx. 2) Edit `facsimile.cfg' if you need to set your default options. You may use `fac-en.cfg' or `fac-de.cfg' as your starting point. 3) Copy facsimile.cls and facsimile.cfg into a directory searched by LaTeX. Documentation The package contains the manual `facsimile.pdf'. So you don't have to make the manual, but you can remake it. To create the same manual, type pdflatex facsimile.dtx pdflatex facsimile.dtx makeindex -s gind facsimile.idx pdflatex facsimile.dtx (or simply "latex facsimile.dtx" to get a DVI file). To create the full documentation with the code description, first add a percent sign at the beginning of the line \OnlyDescription in `facsimile.dtx'.
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facsimile – Document class for preparing faxes
The facsimile class provides a simple interface for creating a
document for sending as a fax, with LaTeX. The class covers two
– First, a title page is created with a detailed fax header;
– second, every page gets headers and footers so that the recipient can be sure that every page has been received and all pages are complete, and in the correct order.
|License||The LaTeX Project Public License|
|Copyright||2003 Torsten Bronger|
|Contained in||TeXLive as facsimile|
|MiKTeX as facsimile|
typesetting letters, envelopes, faxes, etc|