On Jan 22, 2013, at 1:38 AM, Rainer M Krug wrote: >> >> >> Also, I played with pandoc a while back and its conversion of a very simple >> LyX file to Word was >> not perfect. I went LyX -> LaTeX -> docx. I did not investigate setting >> options very much. I >> recall that equations made the trip and were editable in Word 2011 (Mac) >> built-in equation >> editor, but equation numbers were lost. Today's effort, also on a simple but >> different document, >> LyX -> LaTeX -> docx, one equation was not typeset (only the markup >> appeared), a .eps file was >> not found even though it was present, and section labels were translated as >> literal text. >> Converting to .odt was worse, and at least once caused it to crash when it >> was attempting to >> repair what it thought was a damaged converted file. (But what _doesn't_ >> cause LibreOffice to >> crash?) > > I also tried to go the LyX -> LaTeX -> docx route, but the results were not > as usable as via xhtml. So I would suggest to try the route via xhtml.
How did you get from XHTML -> docx? Pandoc (according to the first paragraph of the user's manual) does not accept XHTML input files. Jerry > You should try both converters (the build in and eLyXe), as they performed > differently on different objects. As my document did not contain any > equations, I can not comment on that. > > I must say, that I also used pandoc to convert to odt and then converted the > odt to docx with OpenOffice (this was before LibreOffice...) and it also > worked well. > > I can only suggest to try the different paths out and see which works best, > and then post your experiences here and add them to > http://www.lyx.org/trac/ticket/6042 so that there is some progress with > pandoc support in LyX. > > Cheers, > > Rainer > > >> >> Jerry