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I have exported my maple mathematical matrices to latex and now I want to show those equations in Powerpoint presentation. I have installed MathType in MS Powerpoint that converts basic latex codes or equation to mathtype but not the matrices. For example If if paste below code into Mathtype it gives error;

 Error: This equation has exceeded the maximum width and/or height allowed. Remember mathtype is not a word processor.  

Latex Code that I want to convert to Mathtype:

T_{R,A_1}= \left[\begin {array}{cccc} \cos  \psi_{{1}}  \cos  \delta_{{1}}  &-\sin 
\psi_{{1}}  &\sin \ \delta_{{1}}  \cos  \psi_{{1}}  &-\sin  \delta_{{1}}  \cos  
\psi_{{1}}  r-\sin  \psi_{{1}}  {\it k5}+{\it k2}\\ \noalign{\medskip}\cos  \beta  
\sin  \psi_{{1}}  \cos  \delta_{{1}}  +\sin  \beta  \sin  \delta_{{1}}  &\cos  \beta  
\cos  \psi_{{1}}  &\cos  \beta  \sin  \delta_{{1}}  \sin  \psi_{{1}}  -\sin  \beta  
\cos  \delta_{{1}}  & T_2\\ \noalign{\medskip}\sin  \beta  \sin  \psi_{{1}}  \cos  
\delta_{{1}}  -\cos  \beta  \sin  \delta_{{1}}  &\sin  \beta  \cos  \psi_{{1}}  
&\sin  \beta  \sin  \delta_{{1}}  \sin \psi_{{1}}  +\cos  \beta  \cos  \delta_{{1}}  
& T_1 \\ \noalign{\medskip}0&0&0&1\end {array}\right]


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    I would recommend you convert TeX to image over command line and insert the image into Powerpoint. – Peter Grill May 13 '14 at 23:12
  • @PeterGrill what do you mean by over command line? I exported maple directly to images but that was low quality. I need high quality – Wafeeq May 13 '14 at 23:15
  • The link I provided should explain how to obtain an image from TeX code. The quality of the image can be controlled via TeX, don't know about Maple. – Peter Grill May 13 '14 at 23:19
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    @wafeeq Is there any chance you can use beamer instead of MS Powerpoint? That would make easier to directly use the LaTeX codes. – Masroor May 13 '14 at 23:21
  • Also, this equation is rather wide and will not display very well even in TeX without some reorganization. – Peter Grill May 13 '14 at 23:30

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