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I have a document that has been written in MS Word 2003, and contains equations and other....

Now I want to convert it to MS Word 2007 format but the equations are in the old format (MS Equation Editor 3.0).

How can I convert all equations to the new format?

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how are you doing the conversion ? – Yahia Nov 13 '11 at 15:39
    
by ms word and using save as – Ali Nov 13 '11 at 15:46
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GrindEq offers a MathType-to-Word-Equation converter, it seems to do a proper job converting MathType or MS Equation Editor equations to the new format. Shareware.

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equations in '03 are structurally different from those in '07. You cannot convert one from other. You have to redesign those in '07.

see here

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