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Thursday, September 18, 2014

IguanaTeX — a free, open-source LaTeX plugin for PowerPoint

(Reblogged from Jonathan Le Roux's G+ page)
Hi! If you are using PowerPoint on Windows and are looking for a convenient way to insert LaTeX equations, I'd like to suggest trying out IguanaTex, which I am now in charge of developing:

It's a good and free alternative to the now apparently abandonned TexPoint.

The LaTeX displays created with IguanaTex support formatting (rotation, resizing, color fills, etc), animations, as well as inclusion in groups (even hierarchical): they can be edited while retaining all these properties.

I hope you like it.


Give it a spin!


  1. anything like this in cloud based word processor? e.g Google Docs?

    1. Google Docs has an equation editor that uses a LaTeX engine and supports LaTeX input: https://support.google.com/docs/answer/160749