Now that we have given you some background about how to write code using the LATEX markup language, we will show you how to create a document using Kile step-by-step.
Select → , then choose a format, and set your preferences in the wizard.
Once the wizard has entered text, do some customization to make the document more readable, add a minimum of one quote, some bold text, italics, and a verse to see the difference between the commands.
Save your file, and give it the name
Build your document using Alt+2, or the button labeled LaTeX.
Check out all your new text.
When you are done viewing your document, click the button or press Ctrl+E to return to the editor if you are using the embedded viewer, or close the viewer window if you are using a separate viewer.
That's it! You have just created your first LATEX document!
Once you have created your DVI, you will be able to print your document, or change it into a PostScript® or PDF file if you want. Experiment and have fun!