Unofficial template (XeLaTeX version) for typesetting graduate diploma theses - Department of Computer Engineering, Technological Educational Institute of Peloponnese, Greece.
the "arial/times/clearsans" option enables typesetting with the respective font.
the "printer" option provides a printer-friendly grayscale thesis version.
the "watermark" option adds a watermark to indicate a draft copy of the thesis.
the "histinit" option allows "historiated" initial chapter characters (in combination with the \InitialCharacter macro).
add/remove the "hyperref" option to enable/disable hyperlinks within the produced PDF file: (if compiling offline, it might be useful to delete the auxiliary files after adding/removing the "hyperref" option).
add/remove the "noindex" option to disable/enable index generation (might be also helpful to speed-up online compilation).
add/remove the "plain" option to disable tikz graphics in title page and part/chapter headers (might help to avoid compilation timeouts).
Note that "plain" disables CD label and cover creation.
(Last update: Sept 29, 2015 - for changes since the previous version, see the ChangeLog section at the end of the template's ".cls" file ).
A pdfLaTeX version of the template is also available.
The XeLaTeX version automates typesetting bilingual (greek/english) text, without using language-switching macros. Proper sorting of greek index terms is also handled automatically.
Note that compile timeout errors may occur for free-plan Overleaf users.
Times, Arial and ClearSans font files are included.
Based on a template by the National Technical University of Athens (NTUA).
Indicative text partially adopted from: I. Spyropoulou, An RDF schema-based peer-to-peer system, Diploma Thesis, NTUA, 2005
This is a CV template suitable for anyone. This template needs to be compiled with XeLaTeX.
This template was originally created by Adrien Friggeri but has been modified to be compiled using Ovearleaf.
A short template that allows to merge odd and even pages together, considering also the case of the reversed even pages. As usual there is a little edit area that make the process very fast, without requiring any knowledge of LaTeX.
Load your PDFs (Project --> files)
the PDF that contains odd pages
the PDF that contains even pages
Change opportunely the size and the number of pages
Specify if the even pages are reversed ("1") or not ("0")
More info on my website: http://rainnic.altervista.org/it/tag/latex