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Edit heading levels

For inserting a new section or any other sectional heading, standard LATEX commands can be used. An example of the code is provided in the below verbatim:

\section{A New Section}
 Using standard \LaTeX{} commands, one can create a
 new section while editing a document in Neptune.
\subsection{A subsection heading}
 Look at this new subsection. It’s counter is auto-generated.
 You might refer the previous section like this. See \xref{sec30}.

By clicking on the tab Copy Edited PDF and Final PDF in the main menu bar, the author can load both the PDFs from pre- and post-edited LATEX sources in the left and right sides of Neptune window. Authors can check if their changes have correctly been reflected in the final versions.

Slightly modified \xlabel{...} is used in place of \label{...} with the same functionality. In the same vein, \xref{...} takes the role of \ref{...}. The cross-ref command, \xref{...} accepts more than one label as its argument and the output will be sorted and compressed if needed.

As you’re aware, two TEX runs are needed to fix cross-references to newly inserted objects correctly. You might see the output below:

Screenshot of inserted headings.