My supervisor often wants to edit my papers, so he frequently asks for word version of the paper. I tried latex2rtf, but it is very limited in terms of packages and customized commands. I asked a similar question and found a related answer. However, every time I look to my beautiful LaTeX PDF, before conversion to Word, I think that why we cannot just edit the title from the output???
Currently LaTeX editors (like TeXStudio, TeXMaker,etc) provide an integrated PDF viewer which provide preview of the compiled document. I always think that if we have an interactive document viewer that identifies different fields like title, paragraph,... and when user double clicks on a field, a new small window opens with the text in it. After user completes his/her revision, LaTeX runs to do typesetting of the new document.
Is there any PDF professional viewer which can be linked and used with LaTeX to improve the experience of the word people in using LaTeX??
For example, many professional pdf viewers like Acrobat Pro, Nitro, Phantom PDF can edit the text in PDF files. I think If we could link the PDF viewer and the LaTeX editor together in the way that edits in a paragraph of a PDF file can be sent backward to tex file. Then we can compile the the TeX file to apply the changes.
Edit1: Current versions of TeXstudio and TeXmaker can highlight the current position of cursor in yellow for few seconds. There is a link between in the TeX source, and Preview. I wish that we can have the the reversed link.