On Wed, Dec 21, 2005 at 11:03:59AM -0300, Otacilio Neto wrote:
> Olá pessoal.
>     Gostaria de converter via linha de comando um
> arquivo .rtf 
> para .pdf . Alguem tem alguma sugestão de como fazer?

Veja o editor "ted" que está no ports (/usr/ports/editors/ted). Olha o

Ted 2.17 is a text editor running under X Windows on Unix/Linux systems.

  * Wysiwyg rich text editing. 
  * Ted uses Microsoft RTF as its native file format.
  * In line bitmap, jpeg, gif, ppm, png and xpm pictures.
  * Postscript printing.
  * Cut/Copy/Paste, text and images.
  * Find/Replace using regular expressions.
  * Ruler: Paragraph indentation, Indentation of first line, Tabs.
  * Footnotes and endnotes.
  * Tables: Insert Table, Row, Column. Changing the column width of
  * tables 
    with their ruler.
  * Symbols and accented characters are fully supported.
  * Hyperlinks. 
  * Saving a document in HTML format.
  * Save to *.pdf using /usr/X11R6/bin/rtf2pdf.sh
  * Numbered or bulleted lists 

WWW: http://www.nllgg.nl/Ted/

Teriam outras formas, como instalar o tetex, aí usar o rtf2latex e
depois o pdflatex. 

Ricardo Campos Passanezi

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