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csc-propaganda/letterhead.sty

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%% This is letterhead.sty, which is the LaTeX 2e package for defining
%% custom letterheads.
%% Copyright (C) 2003 Simon Law
%%
%% This program is free software; you can redistribute it and/or modify
%% it under the terms of the GNU General Public License as published by
%% the Free Software Foundation; either version 2 of the License, or
%% (at your option) any later version.
%%
%% This program is distributed in the hope that it will be useful,
%% but WITHOUT ANY WARRANTY; without even the implied warranty of
%% MERCHANTABILITY or FITNESS FOR A PARTICULAR PURPOSE. See the
%% GNU General Public License for more details.
%%
%% You should have received a copy of the GNU General Public License
%% along with this program; if not, write to the Free Software
%% Foundation, Inc., 59 Temple Place, Suite 330, Boston, MA 02111-1307 USA
%%
%% Requirements: You must have tetex-extra installed on your system.
%% This package should be used in conjunction with letter.cls.
%%
%% Changelog:
%% Version 1.0
%% * Initial release.
%% -- Simon Law <sfllaw@engmail.uwaterloo.ca>
\NeedsTeXFormat{LaTeX2e}
\ProvidesPackage{letterhead}[2003/01/19 v1.0]
%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%
%% DEFINE LENGTHS
%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%
% We should eat up half an inch of margin so that the letterhead does
% not invade as much of the page.
\newlength{\letterheadheight}
\setlength{\letterheadheight}{-0.5in}
%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%
%% DEFINE HEADER AND FOOTER SUBSTITUTIONS
%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%
% The default header is empty, just like the standard letter.cls.
\newcommand*{\letterhead}{\empty}
% The default footer is just like the standard letter.cls.
\newcommand*{\letterfoot}{%
\hspace*{100pt}\vspace*{45pt}%
\fromlocation \hfill \telephonenum%
}
%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%
%% DEFINE NEW SUBSTITUTIONS
%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%
\newcommand*{\office}[1]{\def\fromoffice{#1}}
\newcommand*{\subject}[1]{\def\thesubject{#1}}
\office{}
\subject{}
%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%
%% DEFINE LETTERSTYLES
%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%
% There are three business letter styles in common use:
% - Full block: all text is flush against the left margin.
% - Semi-block: the sender's address, date, and signature are indented.
% - Modified: Like semi-block, only the paragraph text is indented as well.
\newcommand*{\letterstyle}[1]{%
\@ifundefined{ls@#1}%
\undefinedletterstyle
{\@nameuse{ls@#1}}%
}
\newcommand*{\ls@full}{\noindentfrom\noindentsig\setlength{\parindent}{0pt}}
\newcommand*{\ls@semi}{\indentfrom\indentsig\setlength{\parindent}{0pt}}
\newcommand*{\ls@modified}{\indentfrom\indentsig\setlength{\parindent}{20pt}}
%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%
%% DEFINE THE PAGESTYLE
%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%
% \pagestyle{firstpage} is used by letter.cls for the first page of each
% letter.
\def\ps@firstpage{%
\def\@oddhead{%
% Use a smaller font that usual, and scale it to be consistent.
\ifcase \@ptsize\relax
\normalsize
\or
\small
\or
\footnotesize
\fi
% Display the letterhead
\parbox{\textwidth}{\vspace*{\letterheadheight}\letterhead}%
}
\def\@oddfoot{%
\hb@xt@\textwidth{%
% Use a smaller font that usual, and scale it to be consistent.
\ifcase \@ptsize\relax
\footnotesize
\or
\scriptsize
\or
\scriptsize
\fi
% Display the footer.
\parbox{\textwidth}{\letterfoot}%
}%
}%
\hss%
}
%%%%%%%%%%
%% OPENING
%%%%%%%%%%
% @indentfrom is used to determine if the sender's address and date should
% be indented.
\newif \if@indentfrom \@indentfromtrue
\newcommand*{\noindentfrom}{\@indentfromfalse}
\newcommand*{\indentfrom}{\@indentfromtrue}
% Redefine \opening to respect @indentfrom, and put in \noindent commands
% to support proper handling of \parindent.
\renewcommand*{\opening}[1]{%
\thispagestyle{firstpage}%
\noindent
\ifx\@empty\fromaddress{%
\if@indentfrom\raggedleft\fi%
\@date\par%
}%
\else{% home address
\if@indentfrom\raggedleft\fi%
\begin{tabular}{@{}l@{}}%
\ignorespaces
\fromaddress \\*[2\parskip]%
\@date%
\end{tabular}\par%
}%
\fi%
\vspace{2\parskip}%
{\raggedright \toname \\ \toaddress \par}%
\vspace{2\parskip}%
% Added subject handling, for really formal business letters.
\ifx\@empty\thesubject\else%
\centerline{\bfseries \thesubject}\par%
\vspace{2\parskip}\fi%
\noindent#1\par\nobreak%
}
%%%%%%%%%%
%% CLOSING
%%%%%%%%%%
% @indentsig is used to determine if the signature block should be indented.
\newif \if@indentsig \@indentsigtrue
\newcommand*{\noindentsig}{\@indentsigfalse}
\newcommand*{\indentsig}{\@indentsigtrue}
% Redefine \opening to respect @indentsig.
\renewcommand{\closing}[1]{%
\par\nobreak\vspace{\parskip}%
\stopbreaks
\noindent
\if@indentsig
\hspace*{\longindentation}%
\fi
\parbox{\indentedwidth}{%
\raggedright
\ignorespaces #1\\[6\medskipamount]%
% Added office handling, so that it can automatically put in your title.
\ifx\@empty\fromsig
\fromname \\ \fromoffice
\else \fromsig \fi\strut%
}%
\par%
\vspace{2\parskip}%
}
% Redefine the \ps command to make postscripts always flush left.
\renewcommand{\ps}{\par\startbreaks\noindent}
\endinput