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Wyneken is a content-oriented text processor that makes your life as a student easier by allowing you to create and manage digital notebooks.
Wyneken is a content-oriented text processor that makes your life as a student easier by allowing you to create and manage digital notebooks. Wyneken also allows you to create PDF presentations, letters, articles, and reports. Wyneken creates highly professional documents in PDF, DVI, HTML, RTF, and Ascii Text. Wyneken is not WYSIWYG but instead uses a very easy to learn markup which allows you to focus more on the content of your document rather than your document layout. It is built on top of LaTeX for professional looking documents. Wyneken Notebooks are easy to create and edit. New chapters are started per each new day that you edit your notebook. The resulting product looks great too! Wyneken makes it easy to add table of contents, bibliographies, and indexes to your documents. If you've been wanting the benefits of LaTeX or an advanced document system but don't want to deal with a steep learning curve, give wyneken a shot.
DocumentationUser Guide and Installation information at http://www.99b.org/wyneken/index.php?option=com_content&task=category§ionid=1&id=70&Itemid=41
released on 7 May 2008
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24 August 2006
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