# LatexOverview

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> Here's some code that will show you the basic structure by using `occur' (see OccurBuffer) to search for all

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> (while (re-search-backward "^ *[0-9]*:" nil 0)
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If you don’t have AUCTeX, you need a way to get an overview over your LaTeX document. Here’s some code that will show you the basic structure by using `‘occur’` (see OccurBuffer) to search for all sectioning commands. These are then indented to help understand the basic layout.

```(defun latex-show-structure ()
"Shows all sectioning commands.
These are the \\chapter{}, \\section{}, \\subsection{} and the
\\subsubsection{} command."
(interactive)
(occur "\\\\\\(chapter\\|\\(sub\\)*section\\)")
(pop-to-buffer "*Occur*")
;; Code adapted from texinfo.el, texinfo-show-structure
(goto-char (point-max))
(let ((margin 5)
(while (re-search-backward "^ *[0-9]*:" nil 0)
(re-search-forward ":")
(setq margin
(cond
((looking-at "\\\\chapter") 5)
((looking-at "\\\\section") 9)
((looking-at "\\\\subsection") 13)
((looking-at "\\\\subsubsection") 17)
(t margin)))
(indent-to-column margin)
(beginning-of-line))))
```

Alternatively, when editing a latex document, you can run the command M-x imenu-add-menubar-index to give you a quick menu of your document headings. Very nice, and you can even add it to the RefTeX hooks on load (you do use RefTeX and AUCTeX, don’t you?):

```     (setq reftex-load-hook (quote (imenu-add-menubar-index)))