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Dear TeX'ers,
for testing the latex2rtf converter we collected a comprehensive symbol
list. latex2rtf successfully converts most symbols but we haven't yet
found a set of LaTeX packages which allows to LaTeX this file
successfully.
Can anyone help us LaTeX'ing this file?

http://sourceforge.net/projects/latex2rtf/files/latex2rtf-unix/1.9.20/allsymbols.zip/download

Thanks for contributions.


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