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There’s one little trick you should know when using the italic and slanted fonts in order to produce the finest quality output. Examine closely the word didn’t , which I produced by typing {\it did}n’t. Notice how the slanting d of did bumps into the n of n’t . To prevent this, you have to add some extra space after did . The \/ command adds just the right amount of extra space. You type {\it did\/}n’t to produce did n’t , which looks much nicer. It’s a good idea to use the \/ whenever switching back from an italic or slanted typeface to an upright one like Roman.

It occurs when TEX can’t find a good place to start a new page. 3 on page 90 if, when you look at the output, you’re not happy with TEX’s page breaking. Other warning messages are explained in Chapter 6. 2) TEX typed the [1] right after producing the first page of output. Had there been a second page, it would have typed [2] immediately after that page was produced. Of course our tiny file produced only a single page, but you should pay attention to those numbers when you’re running LATEX; they’ll help you correlate the error messages on your terminal with the printed output.

CHAPTER 1. GETTING STARTED 26 This is also a warning—in fact, the same kind of “Overfull \hbox” warning we saw above. You’ll see a lot of these warnings. They happen when TEX can’t find a good way to break a paragraph into lines, so it gives up and leaves a line sticking out in the margin. 2 on page 87 tells you how to deal with this problem. Another warning you’re likely to see is an ‘Underfull \vbox’ message. It occurs when TEX can’t find a good place to start a new page. 3 on page 90 if, when you look at the output, you’re not happy with TEX’s page breaking.

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