[tex-live] I don't know how open a TeX file.

Carles Setó Salvia i21777 at hotmail.com
Sat Aug 13 13:49:57 CEST 2016

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Content preview:  Dear, I am an absolute novice in LaTeX. I have installed TeX
   Live 2015 on my PC (Windows 7 Home Premium), but I don't know how can I open
   and manipulate this attached file (eq15.tex). I need help. [...] 

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