|o||AfourEnlarged(): Enlarges the usable height of A4 paper by 2 cm.: the top margin is reduced by 2 cm.|
|o||letteraddenda(type)(value): Adds an addendum at the end of a letter. type should be bijlagen (i.e., appendices), cc or ps. Use nl() within the value section if multiple addenda of a certain type are used.|
|o||letteradmin(yourdate)(yourref): Puts yourletterfrom and yourreference elements in the letter. If left empty, two dashes are inserted.|
|o||letterfootitem(name)(value): Puts a footer at the bottom of letter-pages. Up to three will usually fit. For example,|
|o||letterreplyto(name)(address)(zip city): Defines the reply to address.|
letterto(element): Adds element as an additional line to
the address of the addressee. Use one element for each
line of the addressees address. Up to five lines will usually fit. A
sixth line may be squeezed in, if necessary.
|The letter) macro itself requires the following arguments:|
|o||language: select english, dutch, or another language supported by the babel.sty style;|
|o||date: the letters date. Use your own date-convention. The text specified here will be used as the letters date;|
|o||subject: a short indication as to why you wrote the letter|
|o||opening: the letters opening, e.g., Dear Linus,;|
|o||salutation: the letters closing phrase, e.g., Kind regards,;|
author: the name of the letters author. nl() macros can
be used here, but the brief class will also restrict the width of
the author-lines by itself.
latex(1), yodlstriproff(1), yodl(1), yodlbuiltins(7), yodlconverters(1), yodlletter(7), yodlmacros(7), yodlmanpage(7), yodlpost(1), yodlverbinsert(1).
Frank B. Brokken (email@example.com),