RTF to PS

Convert RTF to PS - online and free - this page also contains information on the RTF and PS file extensions.

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How to convert a RTF to a PS file?

  1. Choose the RTF file that you want to convert.
  2. Select PS as the the format you want to convert your RTF file to.
  3. Click "Convert" to convert your RTF file.

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File extension .rtf
Category Document File
Description Rich Text Format (RTF) is a file format that enables you to write a text file, save it on one operating system and then have the ability to open it on another. You cannot add images or objects - it is purely aimed at text. You can create a file using Microsoft Word in Windows, save it as an RTF file (it will have a .rtf file name suffix), and send it to someone who uses WordPerfect 6.0 on any version of Windows and they will be able to open the file and read it. Most people would have seen it when writing a 'wordpad rtf' file.
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Technical Details The RTF Specification uses the ANSI, PC-8, Macintosh, and IBM PC character sets. It defines control words and symbols that serve as common denominator formatting commands. When saving a file in the Rich Text Format, the file is processed by an RTF writer that converts the word processor's markup to the RTF language. When being read, the control words and symbols are processed by an RTF reader that converts the RTF language into formatting for the word processor that will display the document.
Associated programs AbiWord
Kword
Microsoft Word
TextEdit
WordPad
Developed by Microsoft
MIME type text/rtf
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File extension .ps
Category Document File
Description Developed in 1982 by Adobe Systems, the .ps extension is a file type used by the publishing industry. Prior to the development of PostScript, it was not possible to print images and text on the same page. Postscript addressed this by defining a language that allowed applications to instruct the printer how to display objects on the page. This file type revolutionised publishing allowing certain curved items to be printed that previously could only be printed on specialist CAD printers. Although no longer as popular or common as it was historically, it is still an important file type.
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Technical Details PostScript is actually a programming language as well as a file type. Typically files are created by applications such as Adobe Acrobat or Quark Xpress. Now a legacy file format, most printers and programs continue to support this format, with the only pre-requisite being a printer utility that supports PostScript. The file basically contains a set of instructions that tell the printer what to print and provide the co-ordinates on the page of where an object or text should be printed.
Associated programs Adobe Acrobat
Adobe Photoshop
Quark Xpress
Developed by Adobe Systems
MIME type application/postscript
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