A standard format developed by Microsoft to convert word processor documents into a form that can be recognized by different word processors.
RTF stands for Rich Text Format. This text format was developed by Microsoft for the export and import of texts.
A computer file format for word processing files. Also known as RTF. It includes information on underlining, fonts size and so forth and can be used (and produced) by many popular word processors (including Word and WordPerfect). EEE has a convertor available to convert your RTF files into HTML files.
A text format that includes basic formatting, like font, font size, bold, and italics.
An adaptation of DCA (Document Content Architecture) that is used for transferring formatted text documents between applications, even those applications running on different platforms, such as between IBM and compatibles and Macintoshes. Acronym: RTF.
file format - developed by Microsoft. Most word process ors can process Rich Text Format files - the format was developed to enable documents to be transferred between application program s. Rich Text Format Files have the file extension RTF.
A text formatting standard that makes it impossible to transfer formatted documents between programs or transmit formatted documents over telecommunications links.
A common interchange format for the exchange of electronic documents between computers.
The Rich Text Format (RTF) Specification is a method of encoding formatted text and graphics for easy transfer between applications. Currently, users depend on special translation software to move word-processing documents between different MS-DOS®, Windows, OS/2, Macintosh, and Power Macintosh applications. The RTF Specification provides a format for text and graphics interchange that can be used with different output devices, operating environments, and operating systems. 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 Specification, documents created under different operating systems and with different software applications can be transferred between those operating systems and applications. RTF files created in Word 6.0 (and later) for the Macintosh and Power Macintosh have a file type of "RTF."
a word processing file format - see our RTF fact page for details.
A standard file type allowing the exchange of formatted text files among users with different kinds of computers (e.g. IBM PC or compatibles and Macintoshes).
A standard mark-up language for creating word processor documents, frequently associated with Microsoft Word.
A Microsoft adaptation of Document Content Architecture (DCA) that is used for transferring formatted text documents between applications or platforms.
A text encoding scheme to allow the display of text in different manners (size, type, etc.) within the same document. Although not exclusively a Microsoft encoding scheme, RTF is commonly found in MS-Windows® Wordpad and used in older versions of MS-Word.
(abbreviation: RTF) A format for text documents that includes formatting attributes, such as different fonts and typefaces. This format also lets you exchange text files between different word processors in different operating systems.
A Rich Text File Format (RTF) is a file format developed by Microsoft. Most word processors can process RTF files.
(RTF) An interchange format for formatted text documents.
ASCII-based text interchange format developed by Microsoft Inc. Works well for exchanging text between word processing systems that read and write RTF, but is not so good for exchanging graphics and mathematical equations.
A method of encoding ASCII text to allow formatting such as italics and boldface, as well as font, style, and color information. Used as a standard means of transferring information between different vendors' word processor applications.
A standard for specifying the formatting of documents. Some documents formatting languages using RTF include Hypertext Markup Language.
The Rich Text Format (often abbreviated to RTF) is a proprietary document file format developed by Microsoft since 1987 for cross-platform document interchange. Most word processors are able to read and write RTF documents. Unlike most word processing formats, RTF is human-readable.