# How to write in bold in latex

*How* to *write* letters in *bold* in the math mode? - TeX - *LaTeX*. Nevertheless you will find the \bm and \boldsymbol traditional commands don't work. In mathematics, a letter, say, g, can stand for a scalar, while a letter in **bold**, e.g. g stands for a vector. Here is my question **How** can one turn the letter into **bold** in the math mode? For e.

A very basic guide to start writing in **LaTeX** right now You can nonetheless specify *how* you want it to deal with your *bold* math symbols using an option while loading the %run this with Xe La Te X!! A very basic guide to start writing in *LaTeX* right now. Italics, *Bold* and etc. To italicize or *bold* use \textit and \textbf. If you want *bold*-italic text nest one in another.

Fonts - *How* can I get *bold* math symbols? - TeX - *LaTeX* Stack. \documentclass \usepackage[*bold*-style=ISO] %\usepackage[*bold*-style=Te X] \setmainfont \setmathfont \begin This is common math $O(\log n) O(\lambda,\,\epsilon)$ This is *bold* and italic $\mathbf \mathbf$ where it must :) \end In order to have just one command for both *bold* text and *bold* math, one can use the solution suggested on La Te X Community (/forum/viewtopic.php? Editing this solution slightly in order to incorporate the \documentclass[varwidth = 10cm, preview] \usepackage \usepackage[math-style=ISO] \usepackage \defaultfontfeatures \setmainfont[Scale = 1.0, Ligatures = Common] \setsansfont \setmonofont \setmathfont \begin \section* If we have \(\symbf \vee \symbf\) and \(\symbf\), disjunctive syllogism (classically known as \textbf, and also known as \textbf or ) is the rule that lets us conclude \(\boldsymbol\therefore \symbf\). While \bm and \boldmath are some good options in **LaTeX**, modern packages for XeLaTex can give a lot more control over the fonts from the very beginning, without the need to use commands different from the standard \mathbf that every one expects naively to work the first time one tries to **write** **bold** italic characters.

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