You have reached the last section of my Prosper tutorial. Equipped with the knowledge gained from these pages, you should be able to put Prosper to good use. You should know, however, that I have not touched on all features available in Prosper. You should read Prosper's own documentation to learn the rest.
If you have a user account on UMBC's Department of Mathematics and Statistics computers, then you can view Prosper's original source and documentation in the directory:
I suggest that you explore that directory and its subdirectories. In particular, have a look at the sample PDF files:
You will find it instructive to compare these with their corresponding source files:
If you don't have a Mathematics and Statistics account, you can find the complete Prosper distribution, including the documents mentioned above, in Prosper's home page at:
http://prosper.sourceforge.net/prosper.htmland the development site:
I strongly recommend the book LaTeX: A Document Preparation System (2nd Edition) by Leslie Lamport, the creator of LaTeX.