Convert LyX to MS Word XML

2014-07-04 Thread Wilfried
Hello, I just came across a converter which i wasn't aware of before. - - - citation begin - - - tex2word converts LaTeX source documents into Office Open XML format introduced in Microsoft Word 2007 without any intermediary steps. Emphasis is put on equations, which are traditionally typeset in

Re: Lualatex at startup

2014-07-04 Thread Julio Rojas
In summary, it doesn't, as I have a full installation... - Julio Rojas jcredbe...@gmail.com On Tue, Jul 1, 2014 at 2:25 AM, Denis Navas Vega denis.na...@gmail.com wrote: I have never used TexLive, but I once read that TexLive was not conceived

Work-around for missing text style no spell-check

2014-07-04 Thread R. H. van der Gaag
Dear Lyx’ers, My PhD thesis will contain lots of text in medieval Dutch. This means that spell checking becomes a problem. There is a very old feature request for a text style “no spell-check”, or something similar, that would enable users to have portions of the text skipped when

Re: Work-around for missing text style no spell-check

2014-07-04 Thread Richard Heck
On 07/04/2014 04:02 PM, R. H. van der Gaag wrote: Dear Lyx’ers, My PhD thesis will contain lots of text in medieval Dutch. This means that spell checking becomes a problem. There is a very old feature request for a text style “no spell-check”, or something similar, that would enable users to

Convert LyX to MS Word XML

2014-07-04 Thread Wilfried
Hello, I just came across a converter which i wasn't aware of before. - - - citation begin - - - tex2word converts LaTeX source documents into Office Open XML format introduced in Microsoft Word 2007 without any intermediary steps. Emphasis is put on equations, which are traditionally typeset in

Re: Lualatex at startup

2014-07-04 Thread Julio Rojas
In summary, it doesn't, as I have a full installation... - Julio Rojas jcredbe...@gmail.com On Tue, Jul 1, 2014 at 2:25 AM, Denis Navas Vega denis.na...@gmail.com wrote: I have never used TexLive, but I once read that TexLive was not conceived

Work-around for missing text style no spell-check

2014-07-04 Thread R. H. van der Gaag
Dear Lyx’ers, My PhD thesis will contain lots of text in medieval Dutch. This means that spell checking becomes a problem. There is a very old feature request for a text style “no spell-check”, or something similar, that would enable users to have portions of the text skipped when

Re: Work-around for missing text style no spell-check

2014-07-04 Thread Richard Heck
On 07/04/2014 04:02 PM, R. H. van der Gaag wrote: Dear Lyx’ers, My PhD thesis will contain lots of text in medieval Dutch. This means that spell checking becomes a problem. There is a very old feature request for a text style “no spell-check”, or something similar, that would enable users to

Convert LyX to MS Word XML

2014-07-04 Thread Wilfried
Hello, I just came across a converter which i wasn't aware of before. - - - citation begin - - - tex2word converts LaTeX source documents into Office Open XML format introduced in Microsoft Word 2007 without any intermediary steps. Emphasis is put on equations, which are traditionally typeset in

Re: Lualatex at startup

2014-07-04 Thread Julio Rojas
In summary, it doesn't, as I have a full installation... - Julio Rojas jcredbe...@gmail.com On Tue, Jul 1, 2014 at 2:25 AM, Denis Navas Vega wrote: > I have never used TexLive, but I once read that TexLive was not

Work-around for missing text style "no spell-check"

2014-07-04 Thread R. H. van der Gaag
Dear Lyx’ers, My PhD thesis will contain lots of text in medieval Dutch. This means that spell checking becomes a problem. There is a very old feature request for a text style “no spell-check”, or something similar, that would enable users to have portions of the text skipped when

Re: Work-around for missing text style "no spell-check"

2014-07-04 Thread Richard Heck
On 07/04/2014 04:02 PM, R. H. van der Gaag wrote: Dear Lyx’ers, My PhD thesis will contain lots of text in medieval Dutch. This means that spell checking becomes a problem. There is a very old feature request for a text style “no spell-check”, or something similar, that would enable users to