Newsletters and bulletins are a popular way to communicate current information periodically to a set of recipients, whether they are company colleagues, special interest group members, or your university club / society mailing list subscribers. Here we present a range of templates, which include options for image headers, and one, two or three column layouts.
This is a template for the AI Matters articles, a newsletter of the ACM Special Interest Group in Artificial Intelligence (SIGAI) that features ideas and announcements of interest to the AI community.
For more details and submission instructions, please check our website: https://sigai.acm.org/aimatters/about.html
Looking elegant and professional, this simple memo template is perfect for communicating either internally within an organization or with outside partners.
Using the texMemo package created by Rob Oakes, this template supports all of the standard LaTeX article features in addition to providing some commands specifically designed for a memo or short note. These include commands for the memo recipient (\memoto), sender (\memofrom), Subject (\memosubject), and Date (\memodate).
You can also add a logo to your document using the \logo command, and the logo can be an image, text, or any combination of the two.
Simply click the button above to create a new memo today, which can be written and shared online directly from Overleaf.
Edward Tufte is a pioneer in the field of data visualization, and his works inspired the creation of two LaTeX classes for books and handouts.
Here we present the excellent sample handout produced by the The Tufte-LaTeX Developers pre-loaded into Overleaf (formerly writeLaTeX) for you to use as a starting point for your own work.
Simply click on the button above to use Overleaf to create and edit your handout - there's nothing to install and no sign up required. When you're finished, why not use our integrated publish to figshare option to publish your work freely online.
Click here if you'd like to try the corresponding Tufte book design on Overleaf.
PS: If you're new to LaTeX, our free online LaTeX course covers all the steps you need to get you started.
Looking for a quick way to create a professional quality newsletter? This example by Frits at howtotex.com is the perfect starting point.
The newsletter template includes a fancy title, top post and some main content with images. The template is pre-loaded in writeLaTeX for you to use as a basis to create your own!
Check out the original article on the howtotex site for a guide on how to build a newsletter template in LaTeX, or just click the button to get started!
This template is based on the newspaper package, with some modifications to make styling the headlines and bylines a bit easier. Inspired by the New York Times, it can also be used for creating newsletters (it was why the package was created in the first place!)
LaTeX brochure: A publicity flyer for LaTeX (originally by Peter Flynn) The document is designed as a publicity flyer for LaTeX, but also serves as an interesting showcase of what LaTeX can do. The flyer is designed for printing, double-sided, on A3 paper, which would then be folded once. This version on Overleaf uses the venturis font package in place of the commercial Warnock Pro and Aller fonts. Some minor modifications were done on the original so that the brochure fits on 4 pages.
Peter Flynn, slight modifications by LianTze Lim for Overleaf
This program is free software; you can redistribute it and/or modify it under
the terms of the GNU General Public License as published by the Free Software
Memorandum Template for Army Memoranda, updated in accordance with AR 25-50