``Ribbit'' getting LaTeX into Word (for Windows) (was Re: [OS X TeX] TeX and the wild wild world out there)

Google Kreme gkreme at gmail.com
Fri Dec 1 12:41:04 EST 2006

On 1-Dec-2006, at 08:39, William Adams wrote:
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You know that this mailing list is archived by dozens of people, and  
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RTFM replies are great, but please specify exactly which FM to R

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