[OS X TeX] tex4ht and biblatex

Matthias Damm mad at nefkom.net
Thu Jan 29 17:50:07 EST 2009

Am 29.01.2009 um 18:48 schrieb David B. Thompson, Ph.D., P.E., D.WRE,  

>> like probably most of us, I sometimes have to generate Word  
>> versions of my papers.
>> I usually use tex4ht/htlatex for that.
> Thanks for posting this. It represents an issue that continues to  
> plague me. I'm the sole LaTeX user in my organization and often  
> interact with those who are allergic to my approach.

I get really good results with the conversion to OpenOffice via tex4ht  
(much better than the usual approach via HTML).

Just try something like

	mk4ht oolatex <yourtexfile>

You might have to remove some PDF-specific code from your file (like  
pdfcprot), which can easily be done with the ifpdfoutput command:


(The code in the first pair of {}s is invoked if a PDF is created, the  
one in the second {}s if not.)

Best regards,

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