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How to put LaTeX formulas in Word 2010?

I'd like to rephrase the LaTeX Equations in MS Word/OpenOffice? question: Is there, by now, any software that can parse LaTeX code and convert it into a native Office 2007/2010 equation? I'd like to get rid of MathType for this purpose, see Convert MathType equations to native Word 2007/2010 equations.

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marked as duplicate by studiohack May 31 '12 at 23:28

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GrindEq's LaTex-to-Word can do that, too. Shareware.

What I am missing is a functionality that would treat all text surrunded by $$ or \[ \] as LaTeX code and convert automatically.

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