Murray -- 
    The embedded "Save as RTF/MS Word" tool does work , but not
Think of it as the lightweight "starter home" toolkit.  It can get most
of the job done, but not well and not completely.  MIF2Go's RTF engine
is a completely separate process, much more robust and very actively
maintained.  It's a "professional-grade" tool.

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Subject: Save as RTF?

Version 6.0p405
Windows XP Pro Version 2002 Service Pack 2

I am trying to convince my manager to buy mif2go.

Does Save as RTF, and Save as Microsoft Word Win 6.0/7.0, ever work,
under any circumstance?

If yes, what is the procedure?

If no (rhetorical question), why are they in the list of Save options?


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