Re: LyX - DOC conversion

2004-12-16 Thread Charles de Miramon
Peter Harkins wrote:

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 I'm using Linux and looking to convert a LyX document to Microsoft doc
 format (yes, perhaps a bit unholy) non-interactively.
 
 It doesn't have to be especially beautiful, just work; and I don't mind
 intermediate steps like PDF, PS, HTML, or ASCII that may lose formatting.
 I've looked through the help, the Wiki, and tried Googling. I'd appreciate
 any pointers or ideas.
 

You have to export to Latex and then you have two options :
latex2rtf will convert to rtf format
tex4ht will convert Latex to OpenOffice format and from OpenOffice you can
create a .doc

Tex4ht has more features but is more difficult to use and slower. Latex2rtf
has a smaller feature set but works quite well.

http://www.tug.org/utilities/texconv/textopc.html has a lot of information
but is a bit outdated

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Re: LyX - DOC conversion

2004-12-16 Thread Charles de Miramon
Peter Harkins wrote:

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 I'm using Linux and looking to convert a LyX document to Microsoft doc
 format (yes, perhaps a bit unholy) non-interactively.
 
 It doesn't have to be especially beautiful, just work; and I don't mind
 intermediate steps like PDF, PS, HTML, or ASCII that may lose formatting.
 I've looked through the help, the Wiki, and tried Googling. I'd appreciate
 any pointers or ideas.
 

You have to export to Latex and then you have two options :
latex2rtf will convert to rtf format
tex4ht will convert Latex to OpenOffice format and from OpenOffice you can
create a .doc

Tex4ht has more features but is more difficult to use and slower. Latex2rtf
has a smaller feature set but works quite well.

http://www.tug.org/utilities/texconv/textopc.html has a lot of information
but is a bit outdated

-- 
http://www.kde-france.org


Re: LyX -> DOC conversion

2004-12-16 Thread Charles de Miramon
Peter Harkins wrote:

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> I'm using Linux and looking to convert a LyX document to Microsoft doc
> format (yes, perhaps a bit unholy) non-interactively.
> 
> It doesn't have to be especially beautiful, just work; and I don't mind
> intermediate steps like PDF, PS, HTML, or ASCII that may lose formatting.
> I've looked through the help, the Wiki, and tried Googling. I'd appreciate
> any pointers or ideas.
> 

You have to export to Latex and then you have two options :
latex2rtf will convert to rtf format
tex4ht will convert Latex to OpenOffice format and from OpenOffice you can
create a .doc

Tex4ht has more features but is more difficult to use and slower. Latex2rtf
has a smaller feature set but works quite well.

http://www.tug.org/utilities/texconv/textopc.html has a lot of information
but is a bit outdated

-- 
http://www.kde-france.org


LyX - DOC conversion

2004-12-15 Thread Peter Harkins
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I'm using Linux and looking to convert a LyX document to Microsoft doc
format (yes, perhaps a bit unholy) non-interactively.

It doesn't have to be especially beautiful, just work; and I don't mind
intermediate steps like PDF, PS, HTML, or ASCII that may lose formatting.
I've looked through the help, the Wiki, and tried Googling. I'd appreciate
any pointers or ideas.


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LyX - DOC conversion

2004-12-15 Thread Peter Harkins
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I'm using Linux and looking to convert a LyX document to Microsoft doc
format (yes, perhaps a bit unholy) non-interactively.

It doesn't have to be especially beautiful, just work; and I don't mind
intermediate steps like PDF, PS, HTML, or ASCII that may lose formatting.
I've looked through the help, the Wiki, and tried Googling. I'd appreciate
any pointers or ideas.


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Peter Harkins - Experienced and skilled PHP developer looking for fulltime
work in Chicago. Visit http://malaprop.org/work for resume and portfolio.


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LyX -> DOC conversion

2004-12-15 Thread Peter Harkins
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I'm using Linux and looking to convert a LyX document to Microsoft doc
format (yes, perhaps a bit unholy) non-interactively.

It doesn't have to be especially beautiful, just work; and I don't mind
intermediate steps like PDF, PS, HTML, or ASCII that may lose formatting.
I've looked through the help, the Wiki, and tried Googling. I'd appreciate
any pointers or ideas.


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Peter Harkins - Experienced and skilled PHP developer looking for fulltime
work in Chicago. Visit http://malaprop.org/work for resume and portfolio.


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