[texhax] A Tex question

Micha Hofri hofri at WPI.EDU
Fri Oct 13 20:20:48 CEST 2006

The issue is not at the typesetter level but at the viewer level.  Most 
pdf viewers (surely xpdf and acrobat-reader) allow you to cut and paste 
from the screen, though the default setting may be different, and needs 

Hope this helps,                       --Micha Hofri

At 11:25 on 10/12/06 dani novak sent:

: Hi,
: I am new to Tex and am very happy with it.  So far I can only produce
: output that can be read by Acrobat Reader but the problem is that when
: I share my work people cannot copy and paste from it. Is there a way
: to convert the output to a text that could be used like regular text
: (surely I will lose some of the fancy stuff?)
: Thanks,
: --Dani
:  -- 
: Dr. Dani Novak
: Mathematics Department
: Ithaca College
: Ithaca NY 14850
: (607)274-3595
: www.ithaca.edu/dani
: novak at ithaca.edu
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