You seem to have CSS turned off. Please don't fill out this field. These KOMA-Script classes scrartcl, scrreprt, and scrbook are much more configurable than the standard classes.
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Kindle can display PDFs, but usually the result is very hard to read. Normal PDFs are not suitable, especially when it comes to paper size for the, relatively, small display of the Kindle. For a forthcoming project, which I intend to write in LaTeX and read on Kindle, I looked into optimizing the document settings so the result will be rendered in a readable manner on Kindle. The result, is not good at all: While Kindle zooms-in automatically to remove, the usually very wide, margins LaTeX uses, the big A4 paper size, still results in a tiny font on the Kindle display.
Not only are the styles in the old document classes outdated, they are also set for the letter paper size. KOMA-Script also uses a different set of fonts for these document classes, which in my opinion looks fresher. First, download and install the koma-script package.
It generates high-level LaTeX markup from Asciidoc documents. LaTeX is a document preparation system for TeX which in turn is a popular typesetting system. It is well known for producing excellently typesetted high quality printouts, especially suited for scientific text.
Using a different font size on a global level will affect all normal-sized text as well as the size of headings, footnotes, etc. By changing the font size locally, however, a single word, a few lines of text, a large table or a heading throughout the document may be modified. The standard classes, article, report and book support 3 different font sizes, 10pt, 11pt, 12pt by default 10pt.
Therefore I kept the number of packages to a reasonable minimum. The main file does not contain much code. The template uses two colors as eye candy. In my opinion this leads to a more modern look of the document.
Note : The information in this tutorial depends on functionality that has not yet been released and it not part of Emacs. You can either use the latest development version from the Org-mode git repository or download a current version of the KOMA-Script letter exporter and install it in your load-pathe. It is also strongly recommended to read the comments at the beginning of the file for information or changes that have not yet been documented here.
Creating a Simple Document Having installed and tested the software, let's now look at how to actually write the source code. There are many class files available, and some publishers, institutions or journals provide their own custom classes for example, the jmlr class for the Journal of Machine Learning Research. Popular classes include memoir for books and reports and those supplied in the KOMA-Script bundle for books, reports, articles and correspondence.