STRELETS at SCRI.FSU.EDU writes:
>Is there some CHIWRITE<->TEX or WORD*<->TEX files converter available?
>Any version (VMS,UNIX,MS DOS) wanted.
>Does some CHIWRITE(or WORD*)-analogous variant of TEX for MS DOS exist?
>I need to prepare TEX (only..) files in some on-screen editor wich is
>WYSWYG. To quit and run one-two additional programs to see
>what I get seems to be slightly stupid after PC packages
>like CHIWRITE,WORD* and others..
Of course, there is.
10 South Third St., Suite #350
P.O. Box 1807
San Jose, Dalif
internet: support at horstmann.com
has a TEX translator for Chiwriter for only us$74.95
(There is a deal until 1993.Dec.21 of us$189.95 for Chiwriter itself)
Chiwriter is up to version 4.20b now.
The converter produces output in : Plain TEX, AMS-TEX or LATEX.
There have also connected the PaPYrus Bibliographic Managment
program with chiwriter output.
They produce POSTNET barcode for the US post office letters.
A special version of Chiwriter 3 has been made for the HP 100LX
palmtop two pount computer.
There is a WordPerfect converter, Russian font set, Eastern European
font set, Chemistry, Electric, Professional fonts sets.
Medical, Biology, Chemistry, BioChem and Science dictionaries are
Mention my name when ordering [Daniel SAY]