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Re: Exporting Mathematica output to word processing program

  • To: mathgroup at yoda.physics.unc.edu
  • Subject: Re: Exporting Mathematica output to word processing program
  • From: "Katherine (Williams) Derbyshire" <kewms at kew.com>
  • Date: Sat, 23 Jan 1993 21:57:01 EST

On Fri, 22 Jan 1993 07:22:10 CST  , "James R. Garven" <jgarven at mcl.cc.utexas.EDU> wrote:
> 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.

As far as I know, cut (from Mma) and paste (into Word) is the only
way.  Which isn't as bad as it sounds.  Mathematica graphics can be
converted to bitmaps and imported by the Draw mini-app that comes with
Word for Windows (I've done this in both color and B&W, with excellent
results), and tables of numbers can (after appropriate formatting
within Mma) go to either Excel (which has OLE capability) or MS Graph
(another Word mini-app).  The biggest problem is equations.  If
MathType accepts Tex input (which I think it does, but I don't use the
program), then Mathematica can be told to produce Tex and everything
is fine (assuming you can get MathType into Word documents).  If not,
I'm stumped.

Hope this helps.
-- 
Katherine (Williams) Derbyshire
kewms at kew.com

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