This question isn't really about lecture notes in themselves, like these questions (Hand out lecture notes or not? or Is it better to provide students with guided notes or to have them write their own notes, or both?). Rather it's about, if you were to give out notes, would you give them out in an editable format (rather than, say, a static pdf)?
I've sometimes given out class notes, but they've happened to always be pre-printed or pdf format for students to print out. Either way, they can personalize the actual text. And I'm wondering if, in providing notes, I should also provide what made those notes, like an editable document (like Word) or give the LaTeX code.
As how some people learn from their own notes, or from others', or how they learn from writing it by hand, or by computer font, it might be possible they could learn also by adapting and rephrasing things. All the time, I've reworked writings from textbooks for my own learning and teaching but it can be difficult if one has to start from the beginning. Although they might not reformat the equations due to not knowing how to do it, by providing the editable files, they could rework the words in a way that they understand. For example, they could add in ALL CAPS or ***'s around things that need more attention.