Answer is yes. As a check you could put \eTeX in a test
document; with e-TeX this will result in no error (and e-TeX
properly typeset in the document).
The e-TeX Manual is part of MikTeX: my 2.8 installation, with
root C:\texmf, has it as C:\texmf\doc\etex\base\etex_man.dvi.
--On 21 January 2010 14:36 +0100 "Cornelius C. Noack"
> There recently was a discussion on this question, and
>> On Sun, 27 Dec 2009, Uwe Lueck wrote:
>> The UK TeX FAQ
>> addresses this error message.
> Well, I am quite familiar with the solution
> - use e-TeX ! - ; but what I don't know is if MikTeX
> doesn't provide e-TeX by default for already quite a long time.
> When I call LaTeX via my MiKTeX installation, I get
> This is pdfTeX, Version 3.1415926-1.40.9 (MiKTeX 2.7) (preloaded
> format=latex 2009.12.22) 21 JAN 2010 14:16
> entering extended mode
> Does the "entering extended mode" mean that e-TeX is being used
> ? I presume that that IS the case; but I'd be grateful for a
> quick verification by someone.