The optional step is the step between numbered lines (the default is 1, which means every line will be numbered).To use this environment, remember to add , that will comment out all the rest of the line after itself.The provided environments are: In scientific publications it is customary to start with an abstract which gives the reader a quick overview of what to expect. This page uses material from Andy Roberts' Getting to grips with La Te X with permission from the author.Formatting is the process of converting an instance of a class, structure, or enumeration value to its string representation, often so that the resulting string can be displayed to users or deserialized to restore the original data type.
If you do not like it, use a class other than the traditional article/book, or use Con Te Xt or Plain Te X.
If you want to use the style of having no indentation with a space between paragraphs, use the package, which does this for you, while making adjustments to the spacing of lists and other structures which use paragraph spacing, so they don't get too far apart.
If you want both indent and break, use add additional space to the left and right sides of each line, allowing the formatting for subsequent paragraphs to differ from the overall document margins.
This might come in handy when you start a document with body text and not with a sectioning command.
Be careful, however, if you decide to set the indent to zero, then it means you will need a vertical space between paragraphs in order to make them clear.