IguanaTex is a PowerPoint plug-in which allows you to
insert LaTeX
equations into your PowerPoint presentation. It is distributed
completely for free.

Usage

If you know how to use LaTeX, it is very easy to use
IguanaTex. Select New Latex Equation from the
Insert menu, and
you will get a dialog box where you can type your equation:

Type any valid LaTeX code, and click on Create.
IguanaTex will compile your code into LaTeX, create an image from it and insert
it into PowerPoint.

Need to change something in the equation? Just double-click on the image, and
the IguanaTex dialog will re-appear so you can edit the LaTeX code; or, select
the image and choose Edit Latex Equation from the Insert menu.

You can also treat the equation as an ordinary PowerPoint image. For example,
it can be animated, rotated, moved, and resized.

When you save the presentation, both the image and the LaTeX code are stored.
This means that you can display your presentation on any computer, even computers
on which IguanaTex is not installed (no more missing fonts!). Of course, equations
can only be edited if you install IguanaTex.

System Requirements

Windows 2000 or later. We now also support 64-bit versions of Windows.

PowerPoint: IguanaTex has been tested with
PowerPoint 2000, 2003, 2007, 2010, and 2013.

IguanaTex is free. You can use it
any way you like and no payment is necessary. Formally, the work is licensed under the
Creative Commons Attribution 3.0 License.

IguanaTex was written by Zvika
Ben-Haim.
Special thanks to Greg Anderson, Amir Bin Sulaiman, Michael Bußler, Eran Hof,
Ahiteme Nicodeme Houndonougbo, Moshe Mishali, Thomas Stehle, Wei Sun,
and Henrik Zimmer
for help with programming and debugging.