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Sep
16
comment Hide output, but maintain the cross-references
You're right that the references work fine. But the tables come through as garbage (at least mine do, maybe because of ifmmode and other macro calls) and I wanted to avoid having to manually remove them. In fact, they often crash latex2rtf. My partial solution is to wrap tabular environments in verbatim environments. Then I find the associated table and cut-and-paste.
Sep
13
comment Hide output, but maintain the cross-references
This is the solution as asked. I'm getting increasingly wary of complicated solutions for my own sanity. I think at this point the clearer solution is to get new coauthors.
Sep
13
accepted Hide output, but maintain the cross-references
Sep
13
comment Hide output, but maintain the cross-references
Thanks. Now I get errors about \subcaption, \ContinuedFloat, and \phantomcaption called outside of float.
Sep
13
revised Hide output, but maintain the cross-references
add bit about ifmmode
Sep
13
revised Hide output, but maintain the cross-references
add hard breaks, code block again
Sep
13
asked Hide output, but maintain the cross-references
Sep
5
awarded  Nice Question
Aug
3
awarded  Yearling
Jul
23
comment Vim LaTeX suite now doubles my double parentheses and braces
@Papiro - Thanks! I knew this question had to exist, I just couldn't get the search terms right. Closing as a duplicate.
Jul
23
asked Vim LaTeX suite now doubles my double parentheses and braces
Jul
23
accepted Verbatim environment with catchfilebetweentags package
Jun
21
comment Verbatim environment with catchfilebetweentags package
@StevenB.Segletes - Thanks. This might be my ultimate solution if verbatim won't work inside tags. I can't append `\` to each line inside my econometrics suite, but that should be easy enough to script.
Jun
20
asked Verbatim environment with catchfilebetweentags package
Jun
12
awarded  Popular Question
May
6
awarded  Nice Question
Apr
13
awarded  Notable Question
Apr
6
accepted How to use LaTeX tables with MS Word/PowerPoint
Apr
6
comment How to use LaTeX tables with MS Word/PowerPoint
Thanks, all. Good points about the resolution/size problems with the pdf solution. I'm sure that leads to unpredictable results. I learned that if you save tables to .rtf (Stata can) or .xlsx, then you end up with a good-enough solution. You can link to the file (link in question) and when you reopen the PowerPoint/Word file the links update, which is good-enough if you can't avoid PowerPoint/Word.
Apr
5
comment How to use LaTeX tables with MS Word/PowerPoint
Thanks. So maybe the best solution in this case is to generate one exactly cropped pdf per table? I'll have to see if I can do that programmatically. In any case that may be easier than converting some people. :-) thanks.