I tried to get this online sooner, but also was working on the assumption that I'd be asked for help if you were stuck with LaTeX. That may, or may not, have been a good assumption.
I've uploaded a tarball (uncompress with tar xvf) that, by way of example, shows you how to do most of the things you'll need to be able to do in LaTeX. You probably can uncompress it, make your way into the "report" directory, and just say "make" on the command-line. (If you read the Makefile, you'll see the commands it is executing.) The PDF it generates lets you see what comes out as a result of the process, and you can read the files report.tex and report.bib to see what LaTeX was required to produce them.
Please ask if you have any difficulties working with LaTeX. Once you get into it, its not a problem. Before you get into it, it can seem confusing. After you get into it, you know it is confusing and infuriating, but it is better than Word any day of the week.
To get to the bundle, use my standard username/password for these things. Phone if you forget what that is. If you didn't write my number down when I gave it to you, shame on you. :)