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Its possible! Not directly, but with a little workaround:
- Export your document from Google Docs as RTF
- get the tool called rtf2latex2e (here)
- read the readme. It will tell you how to compile and install it
- Important: If you want to use german encoding, you have to move the encoding file to the right place (see below)
- run the tool, be happy 🙂
It converts almost perfectly if you use the -n parameter. This includes figures and tables.
To correctly use german encoding, you have to copy the german encoding file to the default place. First make a backup of default encoding file and move the german one:
sudo mv /usr/local/share/rtf2latex2e/latex-encoding /usr/local/share/rtf2latex2e/latex-encoding.defaultsudo mv /usr/local/share/rtf2latex2e/latex-encoding.german /usr/local/share/rtf2latex2e/latex-encoding