Please has anyone converted TEX (not text files) files to Microsoft Word?
TEX is a program developed by Dr. David Knuth of Stanford University. It is used to typeset mathematical and scientific documents. For regular commercial publishers to publish any work prepared with TEX, it has to be converted to a word file.
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