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Aurora works with Microsoft Windows 2000, XP, and Vista. Microsoft Office integration requires Microsoft Office 2000 or above. It also helps to already have a working LaTeX installation; however, this is not required, since Aurora will automatically set you up with a micro version of MiKTeX if needed (an 11MB download).
What's new in Aurora 2.1
- Improved compatibility with Microsoft Office 2000, TeX Live, and EndNote X.
- Automatically-generated section markers now stay away from the table of contents.
- A number of cosmetic fixes.
What's new in Aurora 2.0
- Integration with PowerPoint, Visio, and Excel.
- Full support for Microsoft Office 2007.
- Completely revisited equation numbering— you can now use chapter and section numbers as part of an equation number, use arbitrary number formats, reference numbered equations with ease, and much more.
- Built-in LaTeX document converter with support for custom commands and complex tables.
- Improved positioning of display and numbered equations.
- Numerous interface improvements.
- Background color of raster equations is now adjustable.
- A name change.