Here's one trick that may or may not be suitable for your purposes: if latex2rtf does a good enough conversion (I have no idea how it compares to the converter you are using), just rename its output from whatever.rtf to whatever.doc, and Word will open it just fine. Now if the recipient of the document wants to edit it, she may notice that it is actually not in the usual Word format, but, hey, Word behaves strangely all the time anyway.
I have a latex document on Overleaf that contains equations and mathematical symbols and I want to convert my document to the Word version, I transformed my .tex document to .pdf then I used an online converter for pdf to Word, but all the equations get ruined.
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