Have you opened the word document
LaTeXinWord_03_v_0_3_1.doc ? This is in fact all you need!
That document has the macros contained in it. If you click on an equation in this document, and press
ALT+L, it should show the GUI. If this doesn't work, then sorry I can't help.
If it says "Macros are disabled", then you need to set security to medium. I am using Word 2003, so I went to
Tools/Macro/Security --> Medium --> OK, then close and re-open the document. It should ask "Enable Macros?" --> Yes.
For me, it worked out-of-the box without installing any of the server code. Looking at the script, by default it uses the server at
web.ics.purdue.edu/~ntoner/Process_LaTeX/. Which is great!
The simplest solution is to save
LaTeXinWord doc file as a template (.dot). Then you have to either create new documents based on that template, or add the template in using
Options/Templates and add-ins/Add.
If you want to use it in your own document, you obviously have to go to
Tools/Templates and add-ins/Organizer.../Macro Project Items, select the 4 macro's from the left hand side
Report_Error, load the destination document on the right hand side (
Close File/Open File...) and copy the 4 macros across to the document you want to use them in. You can copy them to a normal Word doc, or to a template e.g.
Normal.dot -- if you do the latter, then you can use the macros in any new documents you create. Note that if you want to use LaTeX in any old Word documents you already have, you have to manually copy the macros across, as described.
Note that in this case, you will need to re-assign the keyboard shortcuts. To do this in Word 2003, go to
Categories:Macros, and select your document with the macros in it under
Save changes in, then select
Macros:LaTeXEntry, and press
Alt+L in the "new shortcut key", then