[texhax] more on math rendering for the web (including Microsoft Word Symbol font and TeX for web)

Reinhard Kotucha reinhard.kotucha at web.de
Tue Jun 29 03:30:47 CEST 2010

On 27 June 2010 Dan Doernberg wrote:

 > A. I'd like for our software to be able to handle TeX
 > documents. Two general questions come to mind (presumably easy
 > ones, so I haven't tried to research TeX before asking):
 >    1. Would it be trivial or difficult for our software to render
 >       TeX input documents for the Web? Would LaTeX and/or other
 >       variants be the same?
Try tex4ht.  As an example, see http://vntex.sf.net . It's created by

 >    2. Does TeX have any built-in translaters for dealing with
 >       legacy documents from MS Word?


 > What do other people do when confronted with problematic Word
 > documents????

They commit suicide.


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Microsoft isn't the answer. Microsoft is the question, and the answer is NO.

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