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Exporting Mathematica output to word processing program

  • To: mathgroup at yoda.physics.unc.edu
  • Subject: Exporting Mathematica output to word processing program
  • From: "James R. Garven" <jgarven at mcl.cc.utexas.edu>
  • Date: Fri, 22 Jan 1993 07:22:10 CST

Perhaps this qualifies as a "FAQ", but let me ask anyways, since I am new to
the group and to Mathematica.  I am using MMA for Windows, version 2.1, and
I am curious whether this is a product with which I can export Mathematica
output to my word processing program (Word for Windows, ver. 2.0c).  I also
am using Mathtype for Windows, version 3.0.  Any suggestions would be
greatly appreciated.  If there is either a commercial or shareware product
out there for Windows or DOS, and you know how to actually obtain it (phone
number, snail mail or internet address, I would appreciate receiving that
information as well.  Thank you.

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