latex2rtf is a translator program that translates LaTeX text into the
RTF format used by various text processors, most notably Word.
For the Copyright of the Program see the file Copyright.
Version 2.3.3 fixes a bug (equations were split at \\ in align
environments when converting to bitmaps or eps)
Version 2.3.2 fixes a bug (when a temp folder was specified,
the temp folder name was not added to eps names in the text)
and enables conversion of equations to bitmaps or eps
from documents needing pdflatex or xelatex.
Version 2.3.1 fixes two bugs: in PutEpsFile (variable eps was undefined)
and in funct1.c (figure numbers missing with "-F" option,
patch tracker no.3537371).
Version 2.3.0 contains some bug fixes and adds the possibility to
convert equations and / or pdf and ps figures to eps
and insert the eps and / or bitmap file names in the rtf text.
The wordprocessing program by which the rtf is opened
can then scan through the text, search for the inserted file names
and replace them by actually inserting the figures.
Version 2.2.1 only contains minor changes needed to silence compiler
warnings, update documentation, and improve package distribution.
No new functionality is included.
Version 2.2.0 has a bunch of minor bug fixes, adds support for the
setspace package, adds support for \bibstyle, extends babel converage to
include british, greek, and frenchb languages, fix \graphicspath, improve
handling of cp1251 and support \accent23 for czech.
As of verison 2.1.0, latex2rtf uses Unicode for all characters. Since
most fonts are missing some special math characters, it is recommended
that the STIX fonts (http://www.mozilla.org/projects/mathml/fonts/)
be installed for best results.
As of version 1.9.13, latex2rtf supports converting equations to
bitmaps. This requires TeX and ImageMagick. See scripts/README.
To install (on a UNIX system)
- Edit Makefile for your local configuration. The default install
is reasonable, but if you do not have root access, then you might
need to set $PREFIX to be your home directory.
- If this is not your first-time installation, you may want to preserve
your old configuration (*.cfg) files. Copy them to a safe place before
- make check (expect warnings but no errors)
- make install
Reporting bugs to the homepage at Sourceforge
* Please verify your bug with the most recent version of the program.
* Please provide the version of the program you are using
* Please provide your operating system and version number
* Provide a short latex file that exhibits the bug. It is
imperative that you spend time isolating the problem into a small
latex file. This shows that you actually care enough about the
problem to spend some of your time trying to help isolate the bug.
* Be patient. Provide patches. Enjoy.