Ubuntu 12.04 provide several UI improvement, however, i’m still not fan of the new overlay scrollbar.
One solution to roll back to the previous ones as explained here :
– for Ubuntu 12.04:
$ sudo apt-get remove overlay-scrollbar liboverlay-scrollbar-0.2-0 liboverlay-scrollbar3-0.2-0
If for some (probably bad 🙂 ) reasons, you have to convert your whole latex document into a microsoft word one, here are some useful tricks :
- For automatically convert a latex document to a word 2010 document ( figures are not imported for some reasons, but equations are !), you may use : http://www.grindeq.com/index.php?p=latex2word ( it’s a shareware limited to 10 conversions )
- The new equation editor is more convenient for latex user ( it doesn’t support latex but syntax is very close ). some useful shortcuts here : http://www.physicsforums.com/showthread.php?t=474856
- In order to produce numbered equations, take a look on that screencast : http://www.jonesxml.com/jobailor/insernumberedequation/insernumberedequation.html
- Manage a IEEE citation style in word : http://mikemurko.com/general/ieee-referencing-for-word-2007-2010/
After a long time,research, I finaly found my most wanted tool:
Bliss allow you to crop PDF image.
This is a very convenient tool especially when you produced figures in PDF and you just forgot to set the margin to zero !
It just works as describes :
– Load PDF