On Fri, 3 Jan 2014 10:16:07 -0800, Richard wrote:
> Sure, RTF supports many of THE most commonly used text editing features
> (bold/italic/underline, tabs/indents/spacing, font face/size/color) but it
> doesn't support many advanced Word features (widow/orphan control, footnotes,
> column layouts, etc.) and if you are relying on a document that involves
> those features will Word inform you that your target file format is not
> sufficient for what you are trying to save? Or will it just silently assume
> your document doesn't care about those features and save what it can,
> effectively discarding those features when you close out your session?
You're actually wrong - RTF supports at least everything that Word 2003
supports - including styles, paragraph settings, columns, footnotes etc.
You will get a warning if you try to save as OpenDocument though (and at
least in Word 2013, the document layout may change to reflect that).
< Jernej Simončič ><><><><>< http://eternallybored.org/ >
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