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Kile – an Integrated LaTeX Environment for Linux

You want to write an article, a report or even a book in a professional way, wondering about the layout, the text styling and the fonts to use, tired from coding in Tex/LaTeX starting from scratch.
It’s time to end all of that and discover a wonderful tool that will offer you many features,
So what’s Kile ?
Kile is an integrated LaTeX environment made especially for the KDE desktop but works well with other Desktop manager like Gnome and Unity

Kile gives you the ability to use all the functionalities of LaTeX in a smart graphical interface, giving you easy, direct, and customized access to all programs for LaTeX code-completion, compiling, postprocessing, debugging, conversion and viewing tools. It provides also very handy wizards, a LATEX reference and a powerful project management.
But what’s LaTeX first ?
Some of you have never heard about LaTeX or they just used it without having informations about it. LaTeX usually written “LATEX” is a text-processing system derived from TEX, a program developed originally in 1977 by Donald Knuth to help layout text in a professional way and obtain a layout quality that is on par with the work of a professional typesetter. LATEX was created by Leslie Lamport to give authors an automatic typesetter, especially to ease the expensive and painstaking process of typesetting of mathematical formulas and expressions, which are enclosed within dollar signs in LATEX for a reason. Today, word-processing programs let any user act as typesetter, but what is often needed is a document that simply looks good without having to spend hours to bring it into shape. LATEX takes that burden on its shoulders, and lets you concentrate on the document instead of on the layout. And yes, it will look good !
Kile’s Features:

QuickStart Wizard:

Kile have made it easy to you to prepare your project, you

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