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— title: Where to find FAQs category: documentation permalink: /FAQ-whereFAQ redirect_from: /FAQ-wherefaq date: 2014-06-10 —
Bobby Bodenheimer's article, from which this FAQ was developed, used to be posted (nominally monthly) to newsgroup `comp.text.tex`. The (long obsolete) last posted copy of that article is kept on CTAN for auld lang syne.
The sources of the present FAQ are available from CTAN.
A 2006 innovation from Scott Pakin is the “visual” LaTeX FAQ. This is a document with (mostly rubbish) text formatted so as to highlight things we discuss here, and providing Acrobat hyper-links to the relevant answers in this FAQ on the Web. The visual FAQ is provided in PDF format, on CTAN; it works best using Adobe Acrobat Reader 7 (or later); some features are missing with other readers, or with earlier versions of Acrobat Reader
Another excellent information source, available in English, is the [(La)TeX navigator](http://tex.loria.fr).
Both the Francophone TeX user group Gutenberg and the Czech/Slovak user group CS-TUG have published translations of this FAQ, with extensions appropriate to their languages.
The Open Directory Project (ODP) maintains a list of sources of (La)TeX help, including FAQs. View the TeX area at [dmoztools.net](https://www.dmoztools.net/Computers/Software/Typesetting/TeX/)
Other non-English FAQs are available (off-CTAN):
- German: Posted regularly to `de.comp.tex`, and archived
on CTAN; the FAQ also appears at [http://www.dante.de/faq/de-tex-faq/]([http://www.dante.de/faq/de-tex-faq/)
A FAQ used to be posted regularly to `fr.comp.text.tex`, and is archived on CTAN — sadly, that effort seems to have fallen by the wayside.