[texhax] guidelines

Steve Schwartz s.schwartz at imperial.ac.uk
Wed Feb 22 15:55:45 CET 2006

See the faq at:


I've tried some of this recently. It depends a lot on how the equations
are generated, e.g., as bitmaps or whatever. rtf2latex2e does a pretty
good job, and I've seen good results from word2tex.


On Tue, 2006-02-21 at 21:32 -0300, José Ernesto De Araujo Filho wrote:
> I need to convert a doc with equations to latex. I've been trying to do 
> so, but unfortunately I'm not being successfull. Would you be able to 
> give me some directions?
> Best Regards, Ernesto
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