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tex-environment

Create the specified LaTeX environment.  TeX mode: Alt-Shift-E

This command prompts for the name of a LaTeX environment, then inserts LaTeX \begin{env} and \end{env} commands for that environment. You can highlight a block of text first and Epsilon will put the environment commands around it, or you can run this command and then type the text to go in that environment. Press ? to select an environment from a list. (The list of environments comes from the file latex.env, which you can edit.)

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TeX and LaTeX Modes



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