On Tue, Jul 31, 2012 at 1:10 PM, Eric Weir <eew...@bellsouth.net> wrote: > > I've been away from LyX for a while, writing in Vim. I now have a document > that I need to cut down to 3,500 words from just under 5,000, put references > in, and get into APA format in Word. Normally, I would dump the draft in > Scrivener, do this work, then compile for Word. I really want to get > completely over into working within Vim/LyX/LaTeX. I'm considering dumping > the draft in LyX and working from within it. My deadline---probably not a > hard one---is tomorrow. > > Having been away from LyX for a while, I'm a little rusty. I don't know if > this is even possible. When I click on "View other formats," the RTF format > is greyed out. If in fact I can compile for or export to RTF, I'd like to > give it a try. > Importing/Exporting RTF/Word documents is usually a pain with LyX/LaTeX. This has been discussed extensively in the past on the list, and I think there is also something on the wiki. In addition to Richard's suggestions, you could try eLyXer for HTML export (to be imported into Word) and the LibO-powered export to ODT (although I'm not seeing it in my menus right now).
Good luck Liviu PS Maybe Steve and Rob have something to add on Vim/LyX/Scrivener.