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I had success at opening your document with Word 2010. First of all, I converted document to odt format. Because you don't have mk4ht command available, you need to use following htlatex call: htlatex test.tex "xhtml,ooffice" "ooffice/! -cmozhtf" "-cooxtpipes -coo" all these parameters are necessary, they are used in postprocessing of the xml file with ...

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Three words: use LaTeX subset LaTeX and its common output formats like PDF are super complicated. Converting all of it to HTML + CSS is close to impossible. But if you restrict yourself only to a small subset of LaTeX features it becomes feasible. Check out Softcover: it has a LaTeX subset which it calls Polytex that it can convert to HTML. The exact ...

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Ok, after some thinking about how to do this with listings while avoiding manually specifying keywords, I suppose a syntax based solution may work. I.e. I defined a language for listings using moredelim and morestring to handle the most basic syntax of XML and get the following results: the corresponding code is: \documentclass{report} ...

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This is little bit complicated, because minipage is not usual environment, but system of several macros dealing with optional parameters. This is modified cfg file: \Preamble{html} \Configure{HtmlPar} {\EndP\Tg<p>} {\EndP\Tg<p>} {\HCode{</p>\Hnewline}} {\HCode{</p>\Hnewline}} \makeatletter % to strip fraction from \textwidth ...

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Since htlatex seems to generate a DVI first, the following answer helped me: Cannot determine size of graphic So for setting the displayed size of a 530x260 JPG image in HTML, I did: \includegraphics[width=0.5\textwidth,natwidth=530,natheight=260]{image.jpg}

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Bad news: The message is the result of a bug. EDIT: As Ulrike writes today (Juli 31, 2014), the bug in tex4ht has not been removed yet. Good news: You simply could tell tex4ht to go on. Just type "R" (or was it Ctrl-R?), and the compilation will go on.

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I've found some small problems with your document, it is compilable both with pdflatex and tex4ht after small fixes: %use one or the other of these \usepackage{hyperref} \newcommand{\Xref}[1]{\autoref{#1}} %\usepackage{cleveref} \autoref seem to work better with tex4ht \DeclareGraphicsExtensions{.png,.jpg,} add this to the preamble, this enables direct ...

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