Medewerkers latexbrief

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RU Corporate Identity Information

Starting September 1, 2004, a new corporate identity has been introduced in which the name and logo of the university changed, but also the layout of all printed material. For MS-Word the UCI developed templates and manuals, Information on the use can be found elsewhere. For LaTeX C&CZ developed a new letter layout.

RU letter layout for LaTeX

The new version supports an English and a colored version of the logo.

On the C&CZ Unix systems one can find in /vol/texlive/texmf-local/tex/latex/rubrief the following files:

RUlogo.eps                postscript version of the logo
RUlogo.jpg                jpg  version of the logo for pdflatex
fnwi.tex                  example file for address information
rubrief.cls               the documentclass file for the rubrief letter layout
RU_voorbeeld.tex          an example letter for the new corporate identity

On Windows PC's it is also possible to use the newest version of LaTeX including the new rubrief style. Attach the following network disk: Windows Explorer -> Tools -> Map Network Drive. Drive: S. Folder: \\pluri\xpsoftware and check "Reconnect at logon".

Then you'll find the abovementioned files in the folder: S:\texlive\texmf-local\tex\latex\rubrief.

Copy RU_voorbeeld.tex and fnwi.tex to a place wher you can write them. The rubrief style is an adapted version of the letter class and can be used like that. Look at the example to see which macro's exist to supply address and sender information. The logo can pr printed n Dutch as well as in English and one can choose a color version of the logo (option color). Please note that you'l have to use dvips yourself before sending the dvi-file to a Postscript printer. Finally, it is also possible to make a pdf version of a letter with the command pdflatex, this will then immediately contain the logo. As of December 1 2009 the rubrief class has been modified, it now includes a \euro command to provide the euro symbol without the need to include a seperate package.