anonymous
  • anonymous
how do i do latex ?????
LaTeX Practicing! :)
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  • chestercat
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k_lynn
  • k_lynn
Well, ya. It's some coding you use to make words like this: \(\Large\tt\color{salmon}{Hiya~:)}\) You start out by putting this \(\ then you can choose a size to make your font in. tiny small normalsize large Large Huge there might be more, but those are the ones I can think of off hand. I'll use large just for explaining. So once I add my color size after those slashes and parentheses I have `\(\large` Add a `\` after that. `\(\large\` Now we choose fonts. cal tt bf it frak Again, there's probably more, but those are the ones I remember @EclipsedStar could probably tell if I'm missing any. I'm going to use the font tt for explaining. Ok. So now we have: `\(\large\tt\` now if we want to add some colour to our words, we add the word color and a bracket like this. `\(\large\tt\color{` after that bracket, just put in a color. I use this website for choosing my colours http://www.color-hex.com/ or you can just use the color names. I'll use `#f9bec7` for my color code. Oh, and make sure when you use a color code like `#f9bec7`, you always put the # sign in front. Ok. So now we have `\(\large\tt\color{#f9bec7` Put in a closing bracket and another bracket. `\(\large\tt\color{#f9bec7}{` Now you can add in whatever you want to say in that bracket :D Use ~ instead of space. `\(\large\tt\color{#f9bec7}{Hi~guys!` So now to end the latex code and see that cool wording, end it with }\) `\(\large\tt\color{#f9bec7}{Hi~guys!}\)` that code makes: \(\large\tt\color{#f9bec7}{Hi~guys!}\)
Here_to_Help15
  • Here_to_Help15
\(\Huge\tt\color{00ff00}{HELLO!}\)

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