The package comes with a bunch of styles where I like Sonny the most.
A package is used in La Te X by calling the \usepackage command.
If you have activated the messages and log window in Texmaker, you see some output written there.
For sure, you will need the outputs later if you note that you have some errors in your La Te X code and the messages window is presenting shiny red error messages.
If we have a look at our project directory, we note that some additional files have been created by La Te X. The only thing to note is that there is a PDF document called which can be displayed directly in Texmaker on the most right column.
The PDF view is refreshed by selecting Tools-View PDF from the menu or by clicking [F7].
You would be able to write all your stuff into only a single file (directly to Thesis.tex), but will pretty sure end in smashing your head against the keyboard if your document gets very large.
Not only that you have real trouble in navigating through your document, but also Texmaker is getting slow if the files are getting too big.
To understand the commands provided in this tutorial, I strongly recommend doing some general introduction to La Te X first!
We start with creating a new folder (our project directory), preferably directly using our cloud service.