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There is a way of changing LaTeX to Microsoft word. I don't know the
details myself, but the site http://www.kfa-juelich.de/isr/1/texconv/textopc.html
gives an overview of converters from LaTeX to PC textprocessors.
You might also want to search the http://www.gnu.org site.
There is also a discussion list that might be of help to you ...
Ute, ... who is (trying) to write some documentation for GNU...
ute -at- idirect -dot- com