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Overleaf & LaTeX

Tips and tools for writing your paper in Overleaf / LaTeX

Chalmers University of Technology is providing free Overleaf Professional accounts for all students, faculty and staff who would like to use a collaborative, online LaTeX editor for their projects (Overleaf joined forces with ShareLaTeX in 2017). 

Claim your free Overleaf Professional account on Overleaf by signing in. You'll need to link your account to your Chalmers single sign on in order to receive your free Overleaf Professional account.

Note that you can change the interface language after you have logged in to Overleaf. To do that, scroll down below and click on "English". You can then choose among other languages, including Swedish.

Getting Started

Check Your Document for Errors

It is important to solve any issues that appear under Logs and output files in the top right corner in Overleaf. 

Overleaf has its own error guide, but you may use Google to find tips on how to fix errors in your document. We recommend to do it every time you get an error while you work.