[BlindMath] [EXTERNAL EMAIL] LaTeX source of Springer books

Robin Williams Robin.Williams at atass-sports.co.uk
Mon Mar 25 15:38:28 UTC 2019

Hi Michael

I have had various degrees of success in obtaining LaTeX source files for books over the years. I can't remember if I've had success with Springer specifically. Obtaining source files directly from publishers can be problematic, depending on whether you can find a suitable contact. Springer should have an accessibility department, which would be the obvious place to start. However, I should advise that the majority of my success in obtaining LaTeX source files has been from contacting the authors directly. I usually advise that I do not require any figure files, which would render compiling the source files impossible and helps to alleviate any concerns they may have over the book being distributed illegally.

Good luck!


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Subject: [EXTERNAL EMAIL] [BlindMath] LaTeX source of Springer books

Hi all!

Has anyone had success getting LaTeX source files of Springer mathematics books?  If so, how did you begin the process?

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