LaTeX is a general-purpose typesetting system that makes it easy to generate high-quality documents, particularly when formatting mathematical formulae.

ut-thesis: class file and template for theses at U of T

ut-thesis was written to format theses that conform to the guidelines of the School of Graduate Studies at the University of Toronto. The most recent version number is 2.1, updated on 2013 September 25.

You can get a copy of the files from CTAN under the directory “macros/latex2e/contrib/supported/ut-thesis/,” or you can download them here.

(Have a look at the comments at the beginning of the file ut-thesis.cls for a complete description of the class and how to use it.)

dcsletter: class file and template for letters with DCS letterhead

dcsletter was written to format letters with the Department of Computer Science at the University of Toronto letterhead.

As this is meant to be used only by members of the department, the required files are not provided here; rather, they are installed directly under /cs/site/data/tex/tex/latex/ on CSLab. (See the file README.dcsletter for a description of the package, and the template source file for more information.)

utptr: class file and templates for PTR documents at U of T

utptr was written to format PTR documents at the University of Toronto.

As this is meant to be used only by faculty members at the university, the required files are not provided here; rather, they are installed directly under /cs/site/data/tex/tex/latex/ on CSLab. (for faculty in the Department of Computer Science), or can be made available upon request. (See the file README.PTR for a description of the package, and individual templates for more information.)

utexam: class file and template for final exams at U of T

utexam is a work in progress to support the production of final examination papers at the University of Toronto.

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