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I have a document created in Word 2008 which has about 57 complex equations in it that I need to import into an InDesign CS3 document. I am attaching a screenshot of some of these to give an example of what they would need to look like in the InDesign document. I can import the equations as images myself, however they need to be high quality for printing so I'm looking for a proper text version of these equations that can then be placed into the document. I would send over the Word (docx) file with the equations in and would be hoping to receive the formatted equations in an InDesign CS3 file that I could then use to cut and paste the equations into my main document - can anybody do this?
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01/13/2014 at 12:08 CET
Sorry, just to add - I don't have any plugins like MathType that I could use to edit the equations once they were imported into InDesign (no budget to buy this software sadly and have used up my free trial version) so they would ideally need to be text based, or able to be placed in the document 'as is' without needing any plugins for them to display properly. If any of the equations need changing after they have been converted I would be happy to pay the winning bidder a further small fee to make any corrections.