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If you want to produce one or more LaTeX documents, you need to add a LaTeX header at the beginning of your file (only one header should be used in a file even in a multiple modules file). A LaTeX header look like this:

```tex
title = "A Short proof of Fermat's last Theorem"
author = "Donald Duck"
institute = "University of Dingo-city"
documents = math slides.
```

The three first fields are self explanatory and the strings can contain any valid LaTeX text which can be used as argument of the `\title` of `\author` commands.

The last field is a list of documents that will produce. In this case, if this header appears in a file `fermat.phx`, the command `phox -c fermat.phx` will produce two files named `fermat.math.tex` and `fermat.slides.tex`.

The document names `math` and `slides` will be used later in LaTeX comments.

Warning: do not forget the dot at the end of the header.

Christophe Raffalli 2005-03-02