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Enso TeX Anywhere

Wouldn’t it be nice to have a way of creating stunning equations quickly and simply? Say you are writing an email to a friend who is taking the same math class as you are. Imagine that instead of having to foist this on your friend:

x=(( x^n - y^n ) / ( 1 + u^2n ))^1/2

you could easily send them this:
Rendered image of equation.

With TEX Anywhere, you can.

TEX is a typesetting language used to lay out mathematical equations in an attractive and readable way. The TEX Anywhere beta product allows you to turn TEX markup into beautifully formatted equations, in applications as varied as Microsoft Word, Outlook, and Gmail. Even better, it allows you to turn those images back into their original TEX markup. All you have to do is know the TEX markup language and be able to remember two Enso commands render tex and unrender tex.

Don’t know what an Enso command is? Then take this tour, or watch this related Enso Words demonstration.

TEX Anywhere is a very small download because it doesn’t need to install the hundreds of megabytes that TEX requires. To render your equations it uses the wonderful Mathtran web service, so you’ll need to be connected to the Internet to use TEX Anywhere.

Finally, TEX Anywhere doesn’t work in as many applications as we’d like. We’re working on it. TEX Anywhere does work in Microsoft Office products so you can easily include equations in your Powerpoint presentation, and it does work in any web-mail that has enough power to make text bold. The easiest way to find out if it’ll work with your favorite app is to download and give it a try. It’s no-strings-attached free, so go ahead and play.

Keeping Up-To-Date

Check back often to make sure that you are up-to-date, or Get updates via RSS. To update a beta product simply download the installer and install. Enso will take care of the rest.


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Enso TeX Anywhere v0.1

Effortlessly render TEX markup into beautifully type-set equations (and convert them back again) everywhere from Powerpoint to Gmail.

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Free for PC (Win2K, XP, Vista)
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