[OS X TeX] Output to RTF?
vivrii at gmail.com
Thu Jul 27 17:05:29 EDT 2006
On 7/27/06, Adam Goldstein <adam.goldstein at jhu.edu> wrote:
> Hello all,
> I use TeXshop and the GWTex installation on an iBook G4 with OS
> 10.4.7. Here is my question.
> I have some collaborators who insist on my using Word, and also, now
> that I have finished my degree, I am ready to try to write up my
> results and publish them; as I am in the Humanities, most of the
> journals do not accept LaTeX files for manuscripts, but require RTF
> or Word documents in manuscript format, i.e., double spacing, 1 inch
> My thought was that I could work as usual in TeXShop using all of my
> favorite classes and macros, and then, when I was ready to submit,
> create some class or other to generate an appropriate-looking
> manuscript (I don't know which class I would use; maybe I will just
> create an ad-hoc output style by fiddling with margins using the
> geometry package and whatever else is required to get double-
> spacing); and then use something like latex2trf (http://
> latex2rtf.sourceforge.net/; an OS X GUI utility exists for this program)
> to create an RTF file from the output.
> Then I could submit that to whatever journal I wanted, and also, I
> could send the RTF output to my Word-addicted collaborators. Any
> suggested changes they want to make could be made in the source,
> which could then be used to generate a new RTF file.
> I have hunted around on ctan, but I haven't been able to find any
> class files that output into Chicago Manual of Style, or in Turabian
> style, for papers and short manuscripts. Mostly these sources have
> been used for creating bib styles, not the text itself.
> Thanks in advance for any advice anyone might be able to offer. I
> know that there are some fellow philosophers out there; maybe they
> have come across similar problems?
> Adam Goldstein, Ph.D.
> Department of Philosophy
> The Johns Hopkins University
> adam.goldstein at jhu.edu
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