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Ooolatex is a set of macros which allows users to typesetting latex formula for WRITER or IMPRESS documents in openoffice or libreoffice. This article explains how to install ooolatex for Arch Linux users. Note that to use the macro, one needs a working latex system and ghostscript (gs).
 
Ooolatex is a set of macros which allows users to typesetting latex formula for WRITER or IMPRESS documents in openoffice or libreoffice. This article explains how to install ooolatex for Arch Linux users. Note that to use the macro, one needs a working latex system and ghostscript (gs).
 
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Revision as of 15:18, 23 October 2011

Ooolatex is a set of macros which allows users to typesetting latex formula for WRITER or IMPRESS documents in openoffice or libreoffice. This article explains how to install ooolatex for Arch Linux users. Note that to use the macro, one needs a working latex system and ghostscript (gs).