Hi, I'm new here.
I am a math and physics major and I have always wanted to write up wonderful looking papers using LaTex. But there seems to be a problem, the last time I tried to use LaTex it was very complicated for me to use. It felt more like "programming" instead of actually writing a paper.
I have been using Math Type in Microsoft Word for the past few years and it has worked just fine. But now I want to submit a paper to arxiv.org or maybe even a math journal and I want the document to look very nice.
So my question is, has anyone developed a newer version of LaTex where you can click on buttons to create your math equations instead of writing them out in the special code which LaTex uses. The last time I checked I had to write $$ code $$ every time I had write an equation.
Again I'm looking for a more user friendly way of creating math equations similar to how Math Type functions.
Also do anyone have any advice on how to submit a paper to arxiv.org as this will be my first math paper.
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