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neat trick!

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I just learned a new trick: the "texdoc" program automatically finds and displays information for LaTeX packages. On my shiny Mac, using the MacTeX distribution, I can type commands like the following:

texdoc geometry
texdoc tikz
texdoc jvlisting

This shows the documentation for the corresponding package as a PDF file.

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