Re: Re: mathematica to word

I would also point out that you can simply copy and paste from your
notebook into Word. So you can write your text in Word and produce
formulae, graphs, diagrams, figures etc in word. This is what I do. I
don't know how editable they are from Word but I have never had a

> -----Original Message-----
> From: bghiggins@ucdavis.edu [mailto:bghiggins@ucdavis.edu] 
> Subject:  Re: mathematica to word
> Why not simply make a PDF of your notebook. In pdf form, all
> gentlesouls at your university can read it using Adobe Reader or
> equivalent. Of course one can also use MathematicaReader for your
> notebook, but Adobe Reader is more widely used.
> On a Max with OSX this is a trivial task, on other machines there are
> pdf writers that you can use, such as pstopdf
> Cheers,
> Brian

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