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The Rich Text Format (often abbreviated RTF) is a proprietary document file format with published specification developed by Microsoft Corporation since 1987 for Microsoft products and for cross-platform document interchange.

Most word processors are able to read and write some versions of RTF. There are several different revisions of RTF specification and portability of files will depend on what version of RTF is being used. RTF specifications are changed and published with major Microsoft Word and Office versions.

It should not be confused with enriched text (mimetype "text/enriched" of RFC 1896) or its predecessor Rich Text (mimetype "text/richtext" of RFC 1341 and 1521); nor with IBM's RFT-DCA (Revisable Format Text-Document Content Architecture) which are completely different specifications.

Code example

As an example, the following RTF code:
{\rtf1\ansi{\fonttbl\f0\fswiss Helvetica;}\f0\pard
This is some {\b bold} text.\par

is a document which would be rendered like this when read by a program that supports RTF:

This is some bold text.

Braces ({ and }) define a group; groups can be nested. A backslash (\) starts an RTF control code. A valid RTF document is a group that starts with the \rtf control code.
In the example above, the \b control code invokes boldface type; the example uses a group to limit the scope of the boldface control code. All other text characters will be rendered as plain text. The \par control code indicates the end of a paragraph.

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Rich text is more exciting than plain text. It supports text formatting, such as bold, italics, and underlining, as well as different fonts, font sizes, and colored text. Rich text documents can also include page formatting options, such as custom page margins, line spacing, and tab widths.

Most word processors, such as Microsoft Word, Lotus Word Pro, and AppleWorks, create rich text documents. However, if you save a document in a program's native format, it may only open with the program that created it. For example, Lotus Word Pro will not be able to open an AppleWorks text document, even though both programs are text editors. This is because each program uses its own method of formatting and creating text files.

The good news is, most word processors allow you to save rich text documents in the generic Rich Text Format. This file format, which uses the .RTF extension keeps most, if not all the text formatting. However, because it is a standard format, it can be opened by just about any word processing program and even most basic text editors.

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Converter retains the layout of the original PDF document, creating a fully-formatted and editable Microsoft Word document. PDF Converter separates text, columns and images, giving you amazing access to text and data. Best of all, PDF Converter works with all industry-standard PDF files that were originally created from popular PC applications - including Microsoft Word, Quark and others.

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