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I represent a small University Press based on Mexico, we are about to start a textbook series for K-8 and highschool levels so we're consulting the professionals about the best-suited typography for equations & formula input. The one with all the bells and whistles.
We hope you can help us with some suggestions.
Our considerations so far are:
Freda Serif A
Le Monde Livre
Thanks in Advance for your help.
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Universidad de Guadalajara
This week, someone asked me to design a science book, which is all set in LaTeX. I don't have any prior experience with this markup language and I might lack time to learn it comprehensively.
Having gathered some information about the language and downloaded the software at http://www.latex-project.org I'd say that, with respect to typesetting of scientific formulas, LaTeX can be very helpful. But when it comes to over-all book design and typographic details, I'd rather stick to InDesign (CS3, it is).
Is there an easy and reliable way to 'translate' LaTeX-documents into InDesign?