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Converting MS Word .doc to LaTeX by command line

I want convert a word file to .tex (XeTeX) with wsW2LTX 1.1 GUI But converted file is full of unknown numerical code like [24542] for non-latin alphabit. Is ther any solution?

Is there any better library for converting .doc to tex?

outbut sample:



\textbf{[62d][631][648][641] }\textbf{}


[627][6cc][646] [62e][637] [627][632] 27 [62d][631][641] [62a][634][6a9][6cc][644] [645][6cc][200c][634][648][62f].

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marked as duplicate by Alan Munn, egreg, percusse, Martin Schröder, Marco Daniel Aug 16 '12 at 14:12

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See some of the solutions here: Converting MS Word .doc to LaTeX by command line. I've had good success with rtf2latex2e. – Alan Munn May 3 '12 at 14:26
@AlanMunn I got following message with proposed program: Processing x.rtf ReadFontTbl: unknown token "\flomajor" ReadFontTbl: unknown token "\fdbmajor" .... – PHPst May 3 '12 at 14:51
If you want help with rtf2latex2e you should ask another question, or edit your question to reflect that. Also, without a sample of your input RTF file, it would be very hard to diagnose the problem. – Alan Munn May 3 '12 at 16:09
@AlanMunn Thanks Alan, I switched to writer2latex. – PHPst May 3 '12 at 16:39
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If you are using writer (either from openoffice or LibreOffice), then you can use the new beta version of writer2latex which supports XeTeX. See Here for more details.

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@ It's fantastic! Thank a lot – PHPst May 3 '12 at 16:37

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