print word figure as pdf. $crop image.pdf and includegraphics then pdflatex tosee final result. http://you-wish-you-knew-it-before.blogspot.com/2010/05/converting-excel-charts-to-eps-for.html When entering URL addresses in electrolinc references in latex make sure to escape - and _ in the address with \- and \_ because they have special meanings in latex and won't be compiled. Chinatex http://www.ctex.org/HomePage full version To use chinaTex run Win Edt The trick to use Chinatex: Click "bib" a couple of times to make sure it has all the bibliogrpaphy Click Latex Click DVI Click DVI -> PDF you can use an open source bibliography manager like JabRef to manage your bookmarks. http://jabref.sourceforge.net Paragraphs to go to the next line without indenting the next line use \\ between two lines at an empty line for itself. To Add Images in photoshop save your image as Photoshop EPS, option "Preview-none" 'Encoding-ASCII85'. Math To add inline math: write math between two$ signs.   $a+b$                       or $a+b$
unnumbered math eq:
\begin{align}
Numbered math equation:

\sum^{N}_{i=0}\lambda_i(t) = L(t)        % sigma i from 0 to N
\lim_{T\to \infty}                                 %limit T-> infinity

partial derivative sign \partial
to go to next line \CR

The best software to enter mathematical notation is TeXnicCenter but you can also check out LEd and WinEdt for shortcut keys.

natural numbers set $\N$ or $\mathbb{N}$ but you need to use \usepackage{amssymb} in the very beginning of the document.

Figures

\begin{figure}
\centering
\vspace*{-.1in} \caption{Block Diagram of System Model
\end{figure}

https://latex.wikia.com/wiki/List_of_LaTeX_symbols
https://en.wikibooks.org/wiki/LaTeX/Mathematics

Bibliography

Here's a step-by-step example of how to create a document with a bibliography using TeXMaker.

Create a bib file

Using the Bibliography menu, enter your bibliography entries. Save these as (Here I've chosen the name mybibfile.bib).

Here is a sample screen shot:

The first element of any bib file entry is the citekey. This must be unique for each entry in the file. I use keys based on the authors and the year of publication, but this scheme is up to you.

The "optional" fields in the entry are fields that basically won't cause any errors if they are missing. Many of them are required for proper bibliographic referencing, though, for example, the volume and pages are almost always required. You should put as much information as you have in a .bib entry.

Create a LaTeX document

Next, create a LaTeX document which uses \cite commands that refer to the citekeys in your .bib file.

The letter document class is not designed to support a bibliography, so I would suggest using the article class instead. Here's a simple example:

The code of the document can be found here:

\documentclass[12pt]{article} % using article instead of letter class
\usepackage{natbib} % for the bibliography
\usepackage{parskip} % blank lines to separate paragraphs (common for letters, but not required)
\usepackage[small]{titlesec} % make section heading small
\begin{document}
\thispagestyle{empty}

\today

Dr. Joe Smith\\
Department of Linguistics\\
Somewhere in the World

Dear Dr. Smith:

The first analysis of the \textit{that}-trace effect as a filter was given by \cite{chomsky-lasnik1977}.

Sincerely\\
Me
\bibliographystyle{apalike} % this is one type of author-year style
\bibliography{mybibfile} % this prints the bibliography section based on the \cite commands
\end{document}

Now you need to run pdflatex on this document, then bibtex, then pdflatex two more times. The final result should be: