LaTex is also avail for win32. (It's a text-editing package, not a
part of your OS).
Try at www.miktex.org for a commandline utility or at
for an editor
with gui. Both are free.
Worst case, LaTex is an ascii format, so you can often get much of the
content by opening the file in a text editor.
--- In email@example.com, Ivan Villanueva <ivan@a...> wrote:
> > anybody knows how to view .tex slides??
> In Linux (or Unix or probably Mac too) on the console:
> latex file.tex (translate the source code)
> xdvi file.dvi (to view it)
> dvips -f file | lpr (to print it)
> If you use Windows, sorry, I have no idea. Ask Microsoft, after all
> have paid for that operating system, and thus you can expect some
> from them.