The word-processor front-end for LaTeX Lyx is a word-processor which uses LaTeX as its typesetting engine. LyX runs under the X window system, and there is currently no Microsoft Windows version under development. It has some really nice features. It is a great way to use TeX for those jobs you don't do all the time, so you forget how to TeX it. In fact, you do not need to know anything about TeX to use LyX. This is almost completely WYSIWYG, except that LaTeX will re-format the document for printing. The screen gives a very good approximation of the TeX formatting. It allows visual editing of LaTeX documents, which results in not only better-looking results the first time, but far fewer LaTeX errors than using an editor and marking up the code yourself. With the new WYSIWYG math editor, which accepts standard TeX code for symbols (but displays them as they will be typeset), it's faster than using an editor. Really quite impressive.
This program gives you all the features you need to create basic- to intermediate-level vector graphics, including bezier curves, lines, rulers, and m (Not Specified)