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Graphics File Formats FAQ (Part 3 of 4): Where to Get File Format Specifications
Section - RFT-DCA - Revisable-Form Text Document Content Architecture

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         Type: Word processing
    Extension: RFT
      Version: Many
  Compression:
  Color Depth:
   Maintainer: IBM Corporation
Specification:

RFT was developed by IBM for transfering documents between IBM and non-IBM
word processing systems. It is most commonly assocated with the DisplayWrite
word processor on the IBM 360, 370, and AS/400 systems. Information on
RFT-DCA may be found in the following IBM document:

  Document Content Architecture: Revisable-Form-Text Reference,
    Document SC23-0758-1, Second Edition, August 1986

RFT is often confused with the Microsoft RTF (Rich Text Format), which also
enables the portability of word processing documents between dis-similar
systems.

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