[texhax] URGENT: Will Pay for Written Style File
alan at alphabyte.co.nz
Tue Apr 7 21:15:10 CEST 2009
First thing, stop panicking.
Second thing, creating a style file "from scratch" is not trivial and
it is very unlikely anyone could do it in that time.
Third thing, what's wrong with the current thesis style? What needs
changing? There are those on this list that could assist with various
changes if required I am sure, but...
Fourth thing, you need to be more specific about what you want done.
Don't people to respond because you are jumping up and down.
Fifth thing, why not post a link to the pdf so others can assist, if
they can? So far you have made it difficult for others to help you.
Sixth and final thing, umm do you really think threatening to convert
it to Word will elicit more urgency in peoples' responses?
On 7/04/2009, at 4:16 AM, Sharon Baker wrote:
> Hello All,
> I really need help because I don't know the first thing about writing
> a style file.
> I am willing to pay for someone to write a style file from scratch to
> meet format guidelines of ASU's Thesis/Dissertation. (Can send a PDF
> of the format rules).
> I need a rough draft of the style file to use by Wednesday and then a
> final maybe week later.
> I can provide the old asthesis.sty for reference and I can provide
> the draft of my thesis for checking if the format is correct.
> Please email me if you are able to help me. I don't have a lot of
> time... This Thursday I have to submit the draft for format approval
> which will likely need revisions of format resubmitted a couple of
> weeks later.
> If no one responds, I will have to convert my thesis to Word,
> *aaahhh* and that will not be good...
> My appreciation,
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Alan Litchfield MBus(Hons), MNZCS
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