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Hello, I've received this .rtf file (attachment) with a little picture on the left side that i can't see with Libre Office. I'm using Ubuntu because I hate Microsoft and all their products :) ... So, in conclusion, my friend (on Microsoft Office Word) opened this file and the picture was here...
in Users by Patrick-2 — 5 replies in thread
I had discovered that Open Office Writer does NOT really support functional RTF features (the ones that I tried anyway). When I posted issues to an OpenOffice Users Group, I was re-directed to Libre Office. Can I help in some way? Please advise. Thanks, Tracey As an End User, my experience has been to export (Documents and/or Data) in simple HTML or RTF text format for other End Users to use in their word Processor or Spreadsheet.
in Users by tracey002 — 50 replies in thread
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On 10/19/2013 07:08 PM, Mark LaPierre wrote: > On 10/19/2013 04:43 AM, Patrick wrote: >> Hello, >> >> I've received this .rtf file (attachment) with a little picture on the left side that i can't see with Libre Office. I'm using Ubuntu because I hate Microsoft and all their products :) ... So...
in Users by Girvin Herr-2 — 5 replies in thread
I am using LibreOffice 4.3.0.4 with Windows 7. Until recently I have been saving my two column pages of text in rtf with no problems. I have been doing this for years with no problems. Now the program will only save this two column format as odt. I can no longer save in rtf and retain these...
in Users by Carole — 40 replies in thread
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Le 19/10/2013 10:43, Patrick a écrit : Hi Patrick, > > I've received this .rtf file (attachment) with a little picture on the left side that i can't see with Libre Office. I'm using Ubuntu because I hate Microsoft and all their products :) ... So, in conclusion, my friend (on Microsoft...
in Users by Alex Thurgood — 5 replies in thread
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On 10/19/2013 04:43 AM, Patrick wrote: > Hello, > > I've received this .rtf file (attachment) with a little picture on the left side that i can't see with Libre Office. I'm using Ubuntu because I hate Microsoft and all their products :) ... So, in conclusion, my friend (on Microsoft Office Word...
in Users by Mark LaPierre — 5 replies in thread
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At 14:12 20/10/2013 -0500, Anne Noname wrote: >From: Patrick Demarki >Date: Sat, Oct 19, 2013 at 3:43 AM >>I've received this .rtf file (attachment) ... > >You can open these programs ... Er, these are document files, not programs. >... in Notepad ... (1) the simple one comes on all MsFt...
in Users by Brian Barker — 5 replies in thread
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...; can be easily located & safely downloaded through http://www.techsupportalert.com/ Hoping this helps, From: Patrick <pdemarki@...> Date: Sat, Oct 19, 2013 at 3:43 AM Subject: [libreoffice-users] RTF To: "users@..." <users@......
in Users by anne-ology — 5 replies in thread
Johnny Rosenberg wrote: > Since then I always make sure no RTF files comes near me ever. I have all due respect for your opinion and choice and I am glad you have the option to do that. I had never thought of saving all documents in RTF (maybe not a bad idea), but I do find RTF very...
in Users by tracey002 — 50 replies in thread
On 11/19/2014 06:34 AM, Andreas Säger wrote: > Can you answer the question on top of this article? Which non-MS > application can handle every flavour of RTF you throw at it? On a > Windows box, MS WordPad is the one and only application I would try. > On my Windows boxes we have a business...
in Users by Virgil Arrington-2 — 40 replies in thread
> One problem with RTF is MS has different versions of the > specification, generally released when a new version of MSO comes out. > If your software > does not read the newer versions, which I believe is the default for > the latest MSO version you may get garbled importing on occasion...
in Users by tracey002 — 50 replies in thread
On 11/19/2014 10:40 AM, Andreas Säger wrote: > Open rtf in a text editor. Just like HTML, it is plain text indeed. That's one of the things I've always liked about RTF. In a pinch, one could open an RTF file in Notepad and strip out all of the RTF coding and be left with a document's contents...
in Users by Virgil Arrington-2 — 40 replies in thread
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