LaTeX is a high-quality typesetting system; it includes features designed for the production of technical and scientific documentation. LaTeX is the de facto standard for the communication and publication of scientific documents. LaTeX is available as free software.

LaTeX the product

What is LaTeX?
If you do not yet know what LaTeX is all about, have a look at our short introduction to LaTeX.
The latest version of LaTeX
We provide a newsletter (as a PDF file) about each release of LaTeX created since 1994.
Documentation
Each release of LaTeX provides a number of guides for users.
Getting LaTeX
If you need to know how and where to get LaTeX, please have a look at our instructions.
Getting help
If you are in trouble and need to get some help, please read our hints on where you might find help.

The LaTeX3 project

The LaTeX3 project
Do you want to know more about the LaTeX3 project? If so, then please have a look at a (short) description of the LaTeX3 Project.
Ongoing work of the LaTeX3 project
Over the years a number of articles, conference papers, etc., have been produced and published by the LaTeX3 project. A selection of these are available as PDF files.
Experimental, new products
We would also like to make development code available to you via this site. We are continuing to add new material at this location so as to stimulate further discussion of the underlying concepts.
Donations
If you want to support LaTeX development by a donation, the best way to do this is donating to the TeX Users Group (LaTeX Project Contribution).

The image of the TeX Lion on this site was created by Toni Santo-Regis and is being used with permission by Addison-Wesley.