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 Re: LaTeX3 goals (was Re: ideal future document processing "Michel Lavaud Orleans (France)" <[log in to unmask]> Thu, 26 Jun 1997 20:50:43 +0000 text/plain (21 lines) >> > RTF contains math in the same sense as LaTeX contains color. > > sorry to disagree, since you know much more about Windows stuff than > me, but the following fragment of RTF shows that there is a > variant of RTF other than the embedded equation object that you > demonstrated: > > 6. nested matrix with braces\hyphpar0\par\pard\sl-240\fi200\qj {\field{\*\fldinst EQ \\b\\lc\\{(}\\rc\\{)}({ {\i X} \\b\\lc\\{\{}\\rc\\{\}}({\\a\\hs2\\vs2\\ac\\co3({\fs18 {\i a}},{\fs18 {\i b}},{\fs>  Let:  \documentclass{article}\usepackage{color}  \begin{document} \color{blue} Hello   \end{document} As I can see "Hello" in blue on my screen, does this prove that TeX can deal with color ? It depends on the point of view, I presume. In the doc of MSWord, it is stated that equations are embedded via OLE links. If you know from some other source that this is not true, then OK, I believe you. Anyway, it's not important for the future of LaTeX. Michel Lavaud ([log in to unmask])