&anytype; to RTF converter. Need help!

Nik O niko at cmsplatform.com
Thu May 20 03:22:32 BST 1999

A good source for TeX/LaTeX tools and info is http://www.tug.org.  Select
the "CTAN" link, then use the "Search the Catalogue For a Keyword" feature,
searching for "RTF".  You'll find several TeX-to-RTF tools listed.

The direct URL is:

And Cesar, mi amigo, your English is sooo much better than mi Espanol (yes,
i know it's mis-spelled, but i'm sending plain-text).  So, no worries, eh?

-Nik O, Content Mgmt Solutions, Jackson, Wyo.

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