LaTeX class file in conformance with the specifications set by the University of Michigan for dissertations This class loads the standard book class and then modifies it as little as possible. Many of the modifications were taken from the beavtex class and the umdiss.cls Before using, please read the introductory comments in the umthesis.cls file and look at the example.tex file, which is also highly commented. A compiled example.pdf is also provided, which illustrates many of the features of the class. INSTALLATION You can simply keep the class file in the same directory as your dissertation, or if you prefer, you can put it somewhere tex will find it (under texmf) and then run texhash to tell tex you added something This software is released under the Latex Project Public License. Please direct any questions or comments to Robert Felty <robfelty AE gmail DOT com>
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umthesis – Dissertations at the University of Michigan
The class loads book class, and makes minimal changes to it; its coding aims to be as robust as possible, and as a result it has few conflicts with potential add-on packages.
Example of use|
|License||The LaTeX Project Public License|
|Contained in||TeXLive as umthesis|
|MiKTeX as umthesis|
typesetting dissertations, theses, etc.|