[texhax] LaTeX to InDesign

W.J. Metzger wes at hef.ru.nl
Tue Mar 21 16:30:07 CET 2006

On Tue, 21 Mar 2006, David C. Walden wrote:
> Hi,
> I already have considerable experience with various paths
> from LaTeX to Word (mixes of computer translation, e.g.,
> TTH, and manual editing).  A publisher has again asked
> me to provide a Word file, but his ultimate goal is input
> into InDesign.  Maybe they can copy from pages of a LaTeX
> generated PDF and paste into InDesign, especially if I
> turn off hyphenation in LaTeX so they don't have to deal
> with word breaks at the wrong place in InDesign's line
> folding.  My question for this list is does anyone have
> any special insight about more or less productive paths
> from LaTeX to InDesign.  (PS, I'm not interested in trying
> to educate the publisher about accepting LaTeX input.)
> Dave
Since InDesign is from Adobe, it should be able to import pdf.
In fact Adobe's InDesign web page says that it can.
Cheers, Wes
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