Conversion functionality | Aspose.TeX for Python via .NET

If you have previously gone through the content in “Introduction to TeXs”, you might have noticed that the terms convert and conversion are not entirely suitable in the context of TeX, as the process of typesetting a TeX file does not involve mapping from one format to another. However, in line with tradition and the preferences of the user, we allow the use of these terms, and in this part, we will use them when they are most fitting. Additionally, occasionally we may also employ the words transform and transformation.

The chapters in this part will provide a step-by-step walkthrough of the conversion capabilities of Aspose.TeX for Python, beginning with basic usage scenarios for the most commonly used output formats and concluding with advanced customization options. Considering the prevalence of LaTeX files in comparison to other TeX formats, we will focus on discussing the conversion of LaTeX files rather than TeX files. However, we will briefly touch upon TeX file conversion later on.

It is worth mentioning that Aspose.TeX’s LaTeX support encompasses all the files from the basic LaTeX system as well as files from the most common packages, including amsmath, geometry, graphics, and others. In most cases, if you encounter an error related to a missing package, your situation is slightly more complex than the simplest scenario. Here, we provide a hint towards the solution.

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