alan at alphabyte.co.nz
Fri Mar 7 06:51:12 CET 2008
All the information you should need to process your TeX files can be
found at http://tug.org.
I would suggest you get a copy of the TeXLive installation for easy
set up and running. You can get it from http://tug.org/texlive/ This
will contains the necessary software for processing your files plus
tools for editing it. If however you want to convert the tex files to
rtf you can use latex2rtf from http://latex2rtf.sourceforge.net/
To be honest though, I do not think that MS Word is the right tool to
be using for writing and publishing software documentation, let alone
documentation that is voluminous. On Windows the choices I would
recommend would be either LaTeX, TeX (as above) or FrameMaker from http://www.adobe.com/products/framemaker/
Been doing this kind of thing for some years now ;)
On 6/03/2008, at 11:40 PM, Thomas Brendel wrote:
> we have to print/reformat some old but voluminous software
> documentation written in TeX. But we cannot find a suitable
> LaTeX.exe nor a 'converter' say to MS-Windows.
> We are running MS-Office and Win XP on a WINTEL systems.
> Could you give us a hint how to overcome this problem?
> Thank you and best regards,
> Thomas Brendel
Alan Litchfield MBus(Hons), MNZCS
PO Box 1941, Auckland, NZ. 1140
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