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    Any help is greatly appreciated!...

    Dear friends of MHF...
    ... recently I had to buy a new computer and many tools perfectly working with the 'old' operating system XP have problems with the 'new' operating system Windows 7. One of these tools is WinEdit... when I try to use one of the compilers to convert a Tex file into a Pdf file it appears an 'error message': impossible to find the file ...

    Now I have two questions for You...

    a) what the possible reason of that?...

    b) do You know some downloadable compilers to convert Tex files into Pdf files?...

    Of course: any help will be greatly appreciated!...

    Kind regards

    \chi \sigma
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    Re: Any help is greatly appreciated!...

    You can online convert your tex files to pdf but as it takes time and internet speed,you can download any of the pdf converter tool which is compatible with your windows and provide good windows support.
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