I found a pretty awesome tool that can create a LaTex table with an intuitive interface (like excel table). What all you need to do is filling a table and generate code. Of course copy and paste.
It also tells you which packages are required depending on your table design. My case, I need to use multirow package and it works like charm!.
Here is the link and enjoy.
Often times, you may want to see changes between two latex files: let’s say old.tex and new.tex file.
There is a simple workaround that creates diff.tex file using latexdiff. I have tried to use texdiff and compiled using texshop but it spits lots of errors (protect/TLS ….).
Alternative is using latexdiff and it works like charm in my case. Locate two tex files in a folder and run the following command.
latexdiff old.tex new.tex > diff.tex
You should be able to compile diff.tex file if you can compile new.tex and old.tex files. The below is an example how it looks like.
In order to put a page number,
This will put just a plain page number for each page.
More fancy functions are also supported and you can find them from the following links.
If a page number is too close of your text, then use the following script.