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Joseph Wright
Please provide a minimal working example of what didn't work, and post also the .log file generated by the result.
You might also need to add:
before the mathptmx line. There's also the txfonts package to try.
Hi Fazli,
mathptmx is Times Roman. If you would like to read about the difference, see: Times Roman and Times New Roman Another Times package is txfonts, an there's an extension txfontsb. All these font packages can be loaded by \usepackage .Stefan LaTeX Community Administrator
Strictly speaking these packages provide access to the font Nimbus Roman No9 L, which is very similar to Times New Roman.
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If you want the real Times New Roman then you could use XeTeX, assuming you have the TrueType real Times New Roman font installed for use by your operating system. For example:
Then run xelatex on that *.tex file. That will make the text and math fonts Times New Roman, with MnSymbol used only for the math symbols (e.g. the integral and summation symbols). Without passing the MnSymbol option to the mathspec package the symbols would be in Computer Modern, which doesn't look that good with Times New Roman.
Very good addition! By the way, in that case you should also enable TeX ligatures such as `` and '' for quoting glyphs and -- and --- for dashes, as I wrote in MLA style recommendation and quotation marks with XeLaTeX. Otherwise they would not work.
Stefan LaTeX Community Administrator
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