On Thu, 2005-08-25 at 11:53 +0100, Ruair=ED Newman wrote:
> On Thu, August 25, 2005 11:39, ccostelloe at flogas.ie said:
> > On 25/08/05, Ivan Kelly <ivan at ivankelly.net> wrote:
> >> how about latex -> rtf? then you can convert that to a doc somehow
> > Microsoft Word sets up a file extension association with rtf as part of
> > its installation, so that by
> > default double-clicking an rtf opens it in Word. You typically would n=
> > bother converting an rtf
> > to a doc for Word users.
> Aren't RTF files opened by MS Word as "Word 6.0 Documents"? ISTR
> something like that anyway.
No, but word97 (original initial release anyway) had an export to "word
6/95" which really wrote rtf with a .doc suffix. abiword uses the same
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