Subject: Re: [open-source] Sun to start charging for Star Office
To: David Friggens <email@example.com>
From: Jim Wise <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Date: 03/22/2002 10:30:04
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On Fri, 22 Mar 2002, David Friggens wrote:
>On Fri, 22 Mar 2002 17:53, you wrote:
>> > > or use VMWARE. anyway if you MUST work with .doc, you must buy/use
>> > > windows. it's clear for me.
>> > You could try and persuade everyone you interact with to save to RTF by
>> > default. Even change the settings yourself if you can - they'd never
>> > know. ;-)
>> is rtf anyway more usable than doc for us. only for reading.
>Surely there are several wps that write to RTF. KWord (from KOffice does).
>(Well I've just had a look and it says it does - I don't know how good it is.)
There are also several RTFs that word processors can write to.
RTF is _highly_ non-standard, and of the systems I have used which could
generate RTF output (NeXT's text editor, A zillion versions of Microsoft
Word, StarOffice, Word Perfect, and more), few could share RTF files in
a really seamless manner.
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