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The goal of this template is to provide a nice-looking cheat sheet layout, easy to configure and fill in.

This cheat sheet template is a largely inspired but purified version of this template.

Here is an example preview:

## Structure The template is structured in the following way: - `main.tex`: This is the main TeX file to be compiled. Here you can include your payload. - `figures`: This folder is aimed to contain logos and figures. - `styles`: This folder contains the styles for defining the layout. Most of the included ones should not be edited. ## Compilation The compilation can easilly be configured in [Texmaker]( by defining a *Quick Build Command*: 1. Go to the menu *Options* 2. Select *Configure Texmaker* 3. Go to tab *Quick Build* 4. In the field *User : (...)*, replace the command with: pdflatex -synctex=1 -interaction=nonstopmode %.tex|bibtex %.aux|pdflatex -synctex=1 -interaction=nonstopmode %.tex 5. Then click *OK* This will produce `main.pdf`. ## Making your cheat sheet Parts that you should adapt: - `main.tex` - include images in `figures` and refer to these in `main.tex` ## Related Projects You may also like these: - [TeX Book Template]( A template for writing a nice book with LaTeX. - [TeX Course Index Template]( A template for writing a condensed course index leveraging LaTeX indexing. - [TeX Master Thesis Template]( A template for writing a nice master thesis dissertation with LaTeX. - [TeX Poster Template]( A template for creating a nice scientific poster with LaTeX.