I've been a pretty heavy Ms Word Math user and usually I just do all my work in there and export as PDFs (people can barely tell the difference). I heard also that LaTeX is converted into a PDF which has me curious if there is a way to take a starting PDF or Ms Word Math Doc and convert it to LaTeX or prefarably MathJax (for use in this site).
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Here are some options to convert equations in MS Word to mathjax:
- It is possible to copy word equations to mathematica. In mathematica you can export expression to latex.
- If you use Mathtype equation editor in word, you have an option to export it as latex.
There is an option in MS Word to export math equations to mathml. I think MSE doesn't allow mathml as input for mathjax. Is there a reason fo this?
The current source code is:
To support mathml input, I think you only need this: