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Re: Emacs bindings in other programs

From: YSK
Subject: Re: Emacs bindings in other programs
Date: Wed, 31 Oct 2007 13:22:54 -0700
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On Oct 31, 3:19 pm, Sven Bretfeld <address@hidden> wrote:
> Hi
> YSK <address@hidden> writes:
> > Yes, I used to use LaTeX for this reason. But unfortunately I find I
> > still need to use an MS Word compatible word processor quite often.
> > On Windows, VBacs does a great job of making MS Word behave like Emacs
> > and I'd really like to find something analogous for OO.o.
> Since I discovered tex4ht I said goodbye to Word and OO.o-Writer for
> ever. I can have my usual editing environment and the full power of
> Emacs before I send people their beloved .doc files that tex4ht
> produces quite free from error within a second (including BibTeX
> data).
> You should give it a try.
> Greetings
> Sven
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Thanks for the tip. I have a question about this tool, though:

According to

The OpenDocument code employs MathML for formulas, and XSL-FO for
formatting. It can be viewed by the OpenOffice word processor which,
in turn, can export RTF and other MicroSoft-based formats (see also,
Maarten Wisse, "Hacking TeX4ht for XML Output: The Road toward a TeX
to Word Convertor", MAPS 28 (2002), pp. 28-35).

Does this mean tex4ht requires OpenOffice to create MS Word .doc

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