One key choice is the format of images that are used. Within that folder is a file called edengths.
The terminal only approach still needs to be written. Built on Jekyll and Hyde. When the original Latex command is used only EPS diagrams may be used - no bitmaps. Windows - TeXnicCenter For using TeXnicCenter we need to create a special build profile that will invoke makeindex in the correct fashion.
The blue box is for opening files, the red box is the group of buttons for compiling, and the green box shows the area where the results of the compilation are displayed. There is no button for BiBTeX, so it must be called through the menus as illustrated below: Assuming BibTeX compiled successfully, LateX will need to be run twice more before all of the cross referencing is completed.
This template is appropriate for the current thesis regulations which can be found here and, yes, they do want a Sans font for the titles.
This process is similar but different in Linux and Windows so I will now describe both separately.