RTF Text Document Data Formats
The Rich Text Format (RTF) is a method of encoding formatted text and graphics for transfer between applications. RTF uses the ANSI, PC-8, Macintosh, or IBM PC character set to control the representation and formatting of a document, both on the screen and in print. With the RTF, documents created under different operating systems and with different software applications can be transferred between those operating systems and applications. The format is widely supported by word processing applications on the MS-DOS, Windows, OS/2, Macintosh, and Power Macintosh platforms. Many other types of applications and tools on other platforms also supports saving and reading documents in the RTF format.
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- Rich Text Format 1.6 Specification - Technical specification detailing the language and syntax of text the format. document From the MSDN library.
- RTF to XML - Converts RTF documents to either XML documents or text XSL/XML document sets that are compliant with the text XML FO specification. System requirements, sample conversions, and text documentation. Commercial software, with free evaluation version.
- Wikipedia: Rich Text Format - Encyclopedia article on the format.
- Rich Text Format 1.0 Specification - Original Microsoft specification, in plain text format.
- AscToRTF - A commercial text to RTF converter that recognizes text headings, bullets, document tables, and URLs.
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