Re: OT:Alternatives for Mathtype w OS X & WORD/Endnote?
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- Subject: [mg39441] Re: OT:Alternatives for Mathtype w OS X & WORD/Endnote?
- From: "Joshua A. Solomon" <J.A.Solomon at city.ac.uk>
- Date: Sat, 15 Feb 2003 01:42:39 -0500 (EST)
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(replying to myself) What I wrote is true, but you can copy a MathType equation from Word X, paste it into MathType, edit it, copy it and then paste it back into Word X. FWIW (as of 1Jan03) you can only access the PubMed database using the OS X version of Endnote; Classic versions don't work anymore. js On 14/2/03 8:44 am, in article b2ia94$psl$1 at smc.vnet.net, "Joshua A. Solomon" <J.A.Solomon at city.ac.uk> wrote: > I don't think MathType equations can be edited in Word X's Equation Editor. > > js > > On 8/2/03 9:45 AM, in article b22jj6$5tj$1 at smc.vnet.net, "Selwyn Hollis" > <selwynh at earthlink.net> wrote: > >> Ron, >> >> I'm kinda confused here, because Word X comes with a version of >> MathType (i.e., Equation Editor), as usual, and it runs under OS X, not >> Classic. >> >> Regards, >> Selwyn Hollis >> >> >> On Friday, February 7, 2003, at 03:08 AM, Ron Griffin wrote: >> >>> Sorry, but I thought maybe my fellow Mathematica users could help me. >>> >>> I'm writing a text using WORD, with Endnote plugin to handle references >>> and bibliography, and with Mathtype plugin to handle equations. >>> Mathtype also does automatic numbering of equations which is a great >>> feature. >>> >>> I'd love to ditch Classic, but Mathtype is at least 6 months from a OS >>> X >>> version (according to their words, not mine). Of all my software, >>> Mathtype is the only thing requiring OS 9, and these guys run such a >>> small shop, I don't trust them to come thru. To my knowledge, I cannot >>> write this text in Mathematica because of my dependence on Endnote. >>> >>> Are there Mac alteratives to Mathtype which also do equations well and >>> interface with Word? >>> Ron >>> >> >> > >