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Since modern word processors (like MS Word or openoffice/libreoffice) allow HTML input, there is an alternative path: Convert your LaTeX document to HTML (with latex2html or tex4ht) and import the HTML to the word processor. There is also a tool called latex2rtf converting latex to rtf, a generic word processor format.


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I've seen extremely similar questions to yours posted on this site before, so doing a prior search might help. However, the general consensus that I've gleaned from those questions' answers is that programs for removing (La)TeX syntax directly from your .tex file frequently return only semi-successful results. You mentioned that a .doc(x) file would be ...


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I have had good mileage with and would recommend pandoc for converting LaTeX to HTML output. Pandoc provides capability for applying CSS styling to HTML output and can take care of equation rendering with e.g. MathML and citation/bibliography styling, among many other features, and is well documented.


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If you want to add support for KOMA-Script features (in particular all possible font sizes) you can add \usepackage{scrextend} Thanks to @cfr for her comment: I just checked: it does. (Sec 10.5 of Koma's manual p. 241. At least, the English version.)


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Thanks to the solution from dfc! This is based on his suggestion. You can directly use pandoc to convert HTML to PDF, e.g. convert google-cpp-styleguide.html to PDF documents: pandoc cppguide.html -o cppguide.pdf However, I prefer to firstly convert to LaTeX via pandoc, then edit .tex file to fit my desires (since the default PDF generated above is using ...


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As the author of write-math.com, I think I can give this question an update. First of all, there are two types of handwriting recognition: On-line and Off-line. On-line recognition means you can use the information how a symbol is written, whereas in off-line recognition you only have a pixel-map (aka "image"). Imagine on-line recognition as a movie where ...


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I'm not sure that this is right for you, but but the opportunity it is always a good idea? Look at the program "AnEasyCalc": http://steamandwater.od.ua/AnEasyCalc/ It allows you to quickly gain formula in RTF format and receive the expression of latex. With this you can use RTF or LaTeX string in RTF editors. The first takes advantage of text representation, ...



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