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I would like to ask if a package {amsmath, amsthm, amsfonts, amssymb, amscd} for use on Windows For example on Microsoft Word or Notepad. I mean that I can only copy the Fonte in the font folder and just use it.

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    I don't think there is anything stopping you. These fonts are freely usable. Note sure whst you'd use them for in word, but thst is another matter. – daleif Mar 21 at 21:30
  • have you maybay a Link for Download? – asdsadsa Mar 21 at 21:33
  • Nope, you'll have to run through ctan yourself (hence my wonder why you'd even do this) – daleif Mar 21 at 21:34
  • how can i do that? – asdsadsa Mar 21 at 21:37
  • the fonts are in a very specific encoding so practically unusable by anything except TeX. there are no licence issues but if you want a tex-like math font for Word don't use the classic ams fonts use an opentype fonts as used with unicode-math and xetex, so latin modern math ffor example. – David Carlisle Mar 21 at 21:43
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The original fonts are in a very specific encoding so practically unusable by anything except TeX. There are no licence issues but if you want a tex-like math font for Word don't use the classic ams fonts use an opentype fonts as used with unicode-math and xetex, so latin modern math for example.

http://www.gust.org.pl/projects/e-foundry/lm-math/download/index_html

(which includes a test docx file for use with Word)

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