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Section - GN13. What is RTF?

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RTF stands for Rich Text Format, and is a document interchange format.
This format has become somewhat popular, and is supported by several
text handling products.

Sources:

The RTF spec can be found at <ftp://ftp.primate.wisc.edu/pub/RTF> A
hard copy of the spec can also be obtained from Microsoft Product
Support (206) 454-2030.

World Wide Web using URL http://www.primate.wisc.edu/.  Look under
"Primate Center Software Archives".

The a series of converter tools is available as a compressed tar
|archive <ftp://ftp.primate.wisc.edu/pub/RTF/RTF-<version>.tar.Z> containing
source and documentation.

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