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There's is a form on my website where you can write LaTeX formulas and paste the generated MathML code directly into Word: http://engenharialivre.com/latex-para-word/ It's in Portuguese (because I'm Brazilian), but I believe that you won't find any dificulties to use it. Thanks to the author of this answer, I had the idea. Here is a demonstration (click ...

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Create with the standalone document class a single pdf image of your grafic which you then include with \includegraphics into your main document. Crate a pdf and then use https://www.gonitro.com/de/ to convert the pdf into a Word format. There is a trial version.

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You can use tex4ht with suitable configuration. I would use biblatex instead of natbib, because it gives us access to bibliographic fields. Your modified example: \documentclass{article} \usepackage[style=authoryear]{biblatex} \usepackage[utf8]{inputenc} \usepackage[T1]{fontenc} \addbibresource{mwe.bib} \begin{document} \section{Hello world} ...

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You need to specify the bibliography in order to make it work: pandoc -f latex -t mediawiki --bibliography=mediawiki.bib mediawiki.tex -o mediawiki.wiki You can also specify a CSL style to format the reference to your needs.

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My advice would be to first check the cluster computers (e.g. the ones students have access to, such as in libraries). I know at some universities (e.g. Princeton) there is access in some clusters. If it is not there, you could ask the IT to install it. Remind them that it is free and open source so there are no license or cost issues. Here are some other ...

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