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This will be a follow-on to Aleksandr Blekh’s extremely helpful recommendation of pandoc (http://johnmacfarlane.net/pandoc) above, collecting the comments I’ve been adding on the tweaking necessary after running it, which seem to be outgrowing the limitations of a comment. Wrap your title in \title{}, and add \maketitle. Likewise \author{}, \date{}, \...


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\documentclass{article} \usepackage[active,tightpage]{preview} \usepackage{amsmath} \pagestyle{empty} \begin{document} \begin{equation} 1-\strut\displaystyle\frac{2\,M}{r}, \quad \text{for}\, r>R, \end{equation} foo $ xy=f(x) $ bar foo \[ dy=g(x) \] bar \end{document} Latex to SVG cmd $latex test.tex $dvisvgm.exe ...


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Here's a suggested template, to be saved in a file named word2latextemplate.sty. I've had to fill in some gaps with educated guesses, as your instructions aren't nearly enough to define a template unambiguously. %%% Save this file as 'word2latextemplate.sty' %%% Load it from the main tex file via "\usepackage{word2latextemplate.sty}" \ProvidesPackage{...


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Here is the updated link to where you can down Jim Stimson's RTFBeamer program (see under "Creating Scientific Slideshows"): http://spia.uga.edu/faculty_pages/monogan/latex.php All credit to Jim Stimson for creating this public good.


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Summarising my comments: use Word. There is no method which can do LaTeX to Word interconversion in any way that is going to work for collaborative editing. The reality is it will be easier for you to use Word than for your advisor to (fail to) use LaTeX, and you need your advisor to be involved. There are solutions that allow one-off conversions after a ...



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