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I have a lot of equations (for faculty) written in MS Equation (button from right side) and saved it in .docx format.

All good and the best until my professor told me that he has MS 2003 and I have to convert from docx to doc format and the equations must be editable.

I don't have enough time to rewrite all the equations in MS Equation 3.0.

Is there a way to convert from MS Equation to MS Equation 3.0 Object to be recognized and editable in Word 2003?

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