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The official blog of Aspose.TeX for .NET, Java and C++ that contains feature-based blog posts.

Convert TeX Files to Images using C++

TeX is a typesetting system that has been noted as one of the most sophisticated digital typographical systems. TeX files are used for typesetting different documents and books containing text, symbols, and arithmetic expressions. Furthermore, these files can generate output in PNGJPEGTIFF, and BMP image formats. In this article, you will learn how to convert TeX files to images using C++.

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Convert TeX to PDF or XPS File Programmatically using C++

TeX files are used for typesetting different documents and books containing text, symbols, and arithmetic expressions. In addition, these files can generate outputs like PDFXPS, and various image formats. In this article, you will learn how to convert TeX files to XPS and PDF format using C++.

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Create Custom TeX Format and Typeset to PDF, XPS using C++

TeX is a typesetting system that has been noted as one of the most sophisticated digital typographical systems. TeX is used for typesetting documents and generating outputs like PDF, XPS, and different image formats. There might be situations where you need to design a bunch of documents uniformly. For that, creating a custom TeX format will prove to be helpful. To that end, this article will teach you how to create a custom TeX format and typeset it to PDF and XPS format.

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Create Custom TeX (LaTeX) Format and Typeset to PDF, XPS in Java

Many books and journals related to Computer Science, Mathematics, and Engineering are published using TeX. You can create a custom TeX (LaTeX) format and typeset it to different formats like XPS, PDF, or image. Custom TeX is helpful when you need to design many documents in a uniform way.

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Convert TeX (LaTeX) to PDF or XPS File Programmatically using C#

A TeX file may contain text, symbols, or arithmetic expressions. These are used for typesetting the documents and you can typeset TeX input to PDF, XPS, and several other supported formats. In this article, you will be learning how to convert TeX to PDF or XPS files programmatically using C#.

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