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Word2TeX is an add-on to Word for Windows, converting .doc files into LaTeX files.
Submitted: Jan 05, 2000
Y&Y Inc.  
Y&Y is a TeX System for Windows (95/98/NT). features: New Adobe Base 13 fonts. DVIWindo -- The only DVI viewer that provides on-the-fly font reencoding DVIPSONE -- Optimized PostScript driver, implementing partial font downloading Y&Y's TeX -- A dynamic implementation: memory usage grows to accommodate your job's complexity WinEdt -- a full-featured Windows text editor with new TeX Systems ( PFE supplied with upgrades) Ready-made TeX format files for plain TeX, AMS TeX, LaTeX 2.09 and LaTeX2e.
Submitted: Jul 11, 1999
LATEX2HTML is a conversion tool that allows documents written in LATEX to become part of the World-Wide Web. In addition, it offers an easy migration path towards authoring complex hyper-media documents using familiar word-processing concepts, including the power of a LATEX-like macro language capable of producing correctly structured HTML tags.
Submitted: Jun 04, 1998
MathType™ is a powerful interactive tool for Windows and Macintosh that lets you create mathematical notation for word processing and desktop publishing documents, web pages, presentations, and for TeX & LaTeX and MathML documents.
Essential Latex  
This is a short, very readable, introduction to Latex. This document, "Essential Latex", is by Jon Warbrick, 1994. I grabbed it off the web somewhere, and I seem to remember at the time that such permission was granted. I'm trying to track down the source, to make sure I have permission. It seems to be widely copied (try searching for "Jon Warbick" on the web), but of course that does not mean I have permission.
Submitted: Jul 18, 1999
TeX2HTML is a conversion utility that translates .tex files into .html files without converting typeset mathematics to GIFs! TeX2HTML converts typeset mathematics into HTML-based layout commands, calling on the SYMBOL font resident on all computers, to provide for special symbols required.
Submitted: Jun 05, 1998
TeX Users Group  
The TeX Users Group (TUG) was founded in 1980 for educational and scientific purposes, to provide an organization for those who have an interest in systems for text typesetting and font design, and are users of TeX and Metafont, Donald Knuth's revolutionary typesetting system. TUG is run by and for its members and represents the interests of TeX users worldwide. If you use TeX in any of its forms, you may find it worthwhile to join TUG (please consider the benefits of TUG membership, which include four issues of TUGboat as well as the TeX Live CD-ROM).
Submitted: Dec 20, 1997
The Comprehensive TeX Archive Network (CTAN) is a set of fully-mirrored ftp sites providing the most complete, up-to-date TeX-related software possible.
Submitted: May 31, 1998

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