[OS X TeX] Tex to rtf converter

Victor Ivrii vivrii at gmail.com
Tue Aug 3 16:25:01 EDT 2010

On Tue, Aug 3, 2010 at 3:58 PM, Sr Sur <igaoss at gmail.com> wrote:
> Thanks Adam I'll try to run the program also.
> Concerning to Tex4ht... I have tried to convert a very simple text that only
> has $^{2+}$ and $\mu$ as an "extrange" symbols, and it was a llittle
> disaster. The symbols are not interpreted, instead of the symbols the open
> ofice archive replace it for an image square or something like that. Is this
> normal?

Late Eitan Gurari believed that it was an open office bug. I am not
sure, look at the codes of formulae when open in OO

> Thanks!!
> On 3 August 2010 20:49, Adam R. Maxwell <amaxwell at mac.com> wrote:
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>> On Aug 3, 2010, at 9:57 AM, Sr Sur wrote:
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>> > Unfortunately, I need to convert a big part of a LaTeX file to Word.
>> > I've been looking for a converter. I've found latex2rtf that was made up to
>> > OS 9. Is there any other way, simple if possible, to convert LaTeX (with
>> > tables, figures...) to a .rtf file or similar??
>>
>> LaTeX2RTF works much better on OS X than OS 9, but you'll need to call it
>> from Terminal.  I put together an installer package for it earlier this
>> year:
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>> http://www.tug.org/pipermail/macostex-archives/2010-April/043664.html
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