Exceedingly OT - Re: [OS X TeX] tex, pdf, and doc
bvoisin at mac.com
Tue Sep 5 00:55:24 CEST 2006
Le 4 sept. 06 à 23:46, Alex Hamann a écrit :
> I guess my question is: has anybody had any problems with
> publishers not accepting tex-processed files? I am a little afraid
> of writing my thesis with Tex and then discovering that the word-
> lovers have taken over even the publishers....
I have had experience with conference proceedings editors who, being
under-staffed as conference proceedings editors generally are, had
produced Word templates for the abstracts and communications but were
reluctant or unable to find the resources for producing TeX versions
of these templates. Of course, there is always the occasional lucky
conference proceedings editor who manages to recruit a slave (read
Master or Doctorate student) to perform the conversion ;-)
That's getting OT again, but just in case: I don't know what your
history studies are exactly (neither would I be likely to understand
-- I'm part physicist, part mathematician). If you're a medievalist,
a few free font sites have recently been evoked on the XeTeX list.
These fonts may be used either with XeTeX or Word. Specifically, the
> Andron Scriptor
More generally, two sites dedicated to fonts for scholars are <http://
www.mufi.info/> and <http://scholarsfonts.net/>.
Again, I'm not sure at all this info may be relevant in your case.
Sorry if it's not.
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