I need to convert equations inside of a ".tex" file into a ".gif" or ".png" file. I've found this program called Textogif that does exactly that (http://www.fourmilab.ch/webtools/textogif/textogif.html). The main problem is that my PC runs Windows XP, while the author of this program made it specifically to UNIX. In fact, he tells that "given the number of Unix-specific dirty tricks employed by Textogif, it is extremely unlikely it will work under other operating systems without modifications." I'm not used to doing things in UNIX, so I really need some help. I've downloaded and extracted textogif-1.1.gz, and I also have the requirements: Perl, TeX, LaTeX2e, dvips, Ghostscript, and Netpbm. My Perl is not located in the "/usr/bin/perl" directory, but in "C:\Perl\bin" (again, because I'm running Windows). I tried changing that in the perl script, but it doesn't work. Any help is highly appreciated.