Re: htlatex scripts are HTML (but not ODT) aren't they?

2010-02-03 Thread Stefano Franchi
On 02/02/10, 0 the_herd_of_the_hor...@yahoo.com wrote: Look in the wiki and in the lists archives for past discussions. Here are some options I am familiar with: 1. convert Lyx to Html, and then read the html file into word or openoffice. This option uses the htlatex conversion scripts which

Re: htlatex scripts are HTML (but not ODT) aren't they?

2010-02-03 Thread Stefano Franchi
On 02/02/10, 0 the_herd_of_the_hor...@yahoo.com wrote: Look in the wiki and in the lists archives for past discussions. Here are some options I am familiar with: 1. convert Lyx to Html, and then read the html file into word or openoffice. This option uses the htlatex conversion scripts which

Re: htlatex scripts are HTML (but not ODT) aren't they?

2010-02-03 Thread Stefano Franchi
On 02/02/10, 0 wrote: >> Look in the wiki and in the lists archives for past >> discussions. Here are some options I am familiar with: >> >> 1. convert Lyx to Html, and then read the html file into >> word or openoffice. >> This option uses the htlatex conversion

htlatex scripts are HTML (but not ODT) aren't they?

2010-02-02 Thread 0
Look in the wiki and in the lists archives for past discussions. Here are some options I am familiar with: 1. convert Lyx to Html, and then read the html file into word or openoffice. This option uses the htlatex conversion scripts which rely on the TeX4ht package. The package must be

htlatex scripts are HTML (but not ODT) aren't they?

2010-02-02 Thread 0
Look in the wiki and in the lists archives for past discussions. Here are some options I am familiar with: 1. convert Lyx to Html, and then read the html file into word or openoffice. This option uses the htlatex conversion scripts which rely on the TeX4ht package. The package must be

htlatex scripts are HTML (but not ODT) aren't they?

2010-02-02 Thread 0
> Look in the wiki and in the lists archives for past > discussions. Here are some options I am familiar with: > > 1. convert Lyx to Html, and then read the html file into > word or openoffice. > This option uses the htlatex conversion scripts which rely > on the TeX4ht > package. The package