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Embed LaTeX math equations into Microsoft Word

What I ultimately want to do is take the formulas I made, and use them anywhere, like copy/pasting them into MS-Word, or into Excel, or PowerPoint, or whatever else. (This was what I was trying to do originally).

The problem is if I copy/paste from the PDF I made, it will not show up on MS-Word, or it shows up in weird characters. So I was thinking along the lines of an image or something.

Either way I don't care how its done, but I would like to grab the nice formulations I generate with MiKTeX, and paste them into documents I have, how can this be done?

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You can instal LaTeXit (Laeqed) . You copy your equation (from your .tex file, I mean latex source of your equation) into the editor from where you can export your equation as an image (.png)

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Thank you for this, but from the site it seems this is for Apple only? I have windows machine unfortunately. –  TyranaSaur Mar 21 '12 at 17:30
    
@Mohammad Pl. visit thrysoee.dk/laeqed. There you have it for windows. FYI, I also use windows. –  Harish Kumar Mar 21 '12 at 22:48
    
thank you that is exactly what I needed. –  TyranaSaur Mar 22 '12 at 16:03
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