&anytype; to RTF converter. Need help!

James Robertson jamesr at steptwo.com.au
Thu May 20 01:19:57 BST 1999

At 01:40 20/05/1999 , Ing. Cesar Bonavides M. wrote:

  | Hy everyone!
  | First of all, I'd like to thank everyone 'cause your helping comments and
  | hints and tips.
  | Well, I think this answer is not to out of context.
  | I'd like to know if there is a converter from:
  | TeX, or LaTex, or PostScript or PDF     to   RTF.
  | I know there's something out there, but I don't have time to find it out.
  | I appreciate your invaluable help.
  | Thanx in advance.
  | Cesar


You've picked some difficult formats to convert.

TeX and LaTex should be convertable using Perl or
Omnimark. Not too hard, but a bit of work.

Postscript and PDF are very, very hard formats
to work with, and I don't know of any easy
way of dealing with them.



James Robertson
Step Two Designs Pty Ltd
SGML, XML & HTML Consultancy
jamesr at steptwo.com.au

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