We respect our clients privacy, that’s why we cannot expose all of our projects or more details about our clients. Here are a few samples from our typesetting projects:



Project Details: Typesetting a Geometry book from the handwritten manuscript to the final stage:
“Euclidean and Transformational Geometry: A Deductive Inquiry”, by Shlomo Libeskind (Professor, Dept. of Mathematics, University of Oregon, USA). Published by Jones & Bartlett Publishers, 2008, 371 pages.

Click here to look inside this great book on Google Books!

Prof. Shlomo, the book Author, mentioned my name also in the Acknowledgments Section. Thank you so much dear Shlomo!

On Amazon: Click here to look inside the book on Amazon.com Online Reader!

Price: 5.00 US Dollars per page.


Project Details: We converted a math paper from scanned manuscript into LaTeX by following all the requirements of the SPRINGER Journal “Computational Mechanics”.

Price: 5.00 Euros (5.70 US Dollars) per page.


Project Details: We converted a math paper from handwritten manuscript into LaTeX by following all the submission requirements of the ASME Journal.

Price: 5.00 Euros (5.70 US Dollars) per page.


Samples of LaTeX Typesetting Code:

% [Clears Running Header Style on the Last Empty Odd pages]
\makeatletter
\def\cleardoublepage{\clearpage\if@twoside \ifodd\c@page\else%
\hbox{}%
\thispagestyle{empty}%
\newpage%
\if@twocolumn\hbox{}\newpage\fi\fi\fi}
\makeatother


% [Changes the appearance of section headings]
\makeatletter
\renewcommand{\section}{\@startsection{section}{1}{0mm}
{\baselineskip}%
{\baselineskip}{\noindent\large\bfseries\scshape}}%
\makeatother


% Typeset the Figure name and its number in a bold font, and replace the colon that normally appears after the number by a period:
\def\figurename{Figure}
\makeatletter
\renewcommand{\fnum@figure}[1]{\textbf{\figurename~\thefigure}.}
\makeatother


% Tables – use of the \multicolumn command:
\begin{table}
\begin{center}
\begin{tabular}{@{} *{3}{c} @{}}
col 1 & col 2 & col 3 \\
col 1 & \multicolumn{2}{c}{col 2-3 } \\
\end{tabular}
\end{center}
\end{table}


% You can tell LaTeX that a particular column should be a certain width, with text wrapping within that:
\begin{tabular}{|c|p{3.5in}|c|}
\hline


% LaTeX Coloured Box:
\fcolorbox{blue}{red}%
{\color{white} White text, red background, blue frame}