The songs package lets you create beautiful songbooks in LaTeX. You can typeset lyrics, lyrics with chords, and overhead slides for singing, all from a single master document. You can include both chord names and guitar tablature diagrams (but not full sheet music).
This example is based on an excerpt from the example songbook in the documentation for the songs package.
This is the LaTeX version of the Overleaf Campus Challenge 2016 poster. If you'd like to translate the poster into your own language, you can start by creating a project from this template!
To translate this poster, change the language
option for both the babel and translator packages.
Then add your own OverleafPoster-<lang>.dict file
and provide your translations, based on the
This example shows how to set the options for automatic syntax highlighting for code in LaTeX with the listings package (which provides the lstlisting environment). The listings package supports many languages, including Java, C, C++, MATLAB/Octave and Python, and you can set the language option globally with \lstset or for each listing, when you have listings in multiple languages.