Let's say I have a (comparatively) lovely-looking document in LaTeX, full of lovingly typeset, (relatively) complex equations.
Now, let's say some barbarians come along one day and decide that the document has to be put into Microsoft Word (2007).
...after the usual mourning period associated with such events, let's say I value my job (more specifically, the bread it provides) enough to get all the text and tables formatted and references organised into the Word document. –...related questions here and here–
Now I'm looking at the equations with fear and dread.
One option of course is to just lift screenshots from the original document, but this is painstaking if I need to refer to parts of the equation in the text. Also, I might need to edit equations on the fly.
Anyone know of a free application which allows embedding LaTeX math into MS Word?
I've looked at Aurora and TexPoint which do roughly what I want... they build LaTeX images from source and embed them into the Word document, allowing to edit the source later... but both are commerical.
...any help in these troubling times will be greatly appreciated.
EDIT: Just a note that Aurora offers a 30-day free trial and is working out really nicely... but still, it's not free. Might be a good solution for those with short-term needs, or money.