Date: March 21, 2002 9:49:22 AM CET
On Wed, 20 Mar 2002, Paul Thompson wrote:
> I have uploaded a new version of newlfm.zip to the dante.de incoming directory.
> Note that I uploaded newlfm.zip first, determined that a minor change was
> needed and tried to upload it again. However,
> restrictions on incoming made that impossible. Thus, the current version
> is anewlfm.zip. Please 1) delete newlfm.zip, 2) change anewlfm.zip to
> newlfm.zip and 3) install as required. Sorry to be troublesome.
> It goes to macros/latex2e/contrib/supported/newlfm
This is just a link. The path is
> License: gpl
> Here is an announcement for the list:
> Announcing newlfm.cls, Version 3.4 - this is a minor features upgrade
> newlfm stands for NEW Letter Fax Memo
> Available at CTAN
> newlfm integrates the letter class with fancyhdr and geometry to
> o automatically make letterhead stationary
> o includes support for a database for addresses; instead of putting all
> the information for different letters into different letters, you put
> it in the database, and pull it into the letter with a single command
> o includes support for other languages, including pig Latin
> o includes a number of excluded article.cls features (table, figure)
> o integrates support for memos and faxes within the same package
> o full support for positioning of items (moving the date up or down; putting
> the date between from and to blocks; etc.)
> o supports mass mailings and form letters easily and simply
> o prints addresses on labels. One Avery label type is set up, while others
> are being added.
> o supports 3 different types of letters (standard, business) and includes
> full control for positioning of letter elements
> o has a full manual, for ease of use
> Try it out!!! You may never use the letter class again!!
Thankls for the update, I installed it.
For the CTAN Team
newlfm – Write letters, facsimiles, and memos
Integrates the letter class with fancyhdr and geometry to
automatically make letterhead stationery. Useful for writing
letters, fax, and memos. You can set up an address book using
‘wrapper’ macros. You put all the information for
a person into a wrapper and then put the wrapper in a document.
The class handles letterheads automatically. You place the object
for the letterhead (picture, information, etc.) in a box and all
sizing is set automatically.
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