How to Convert Microsoft Word Files to RTF [iCreate]

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How to Convert Microsoft Word Files to RTF [iCreate]

How to Convert Microsoft Word Files to RTF [iCreate]

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  • 1. iCreate TrainingHow to convert .doc or .docxfiles to .rtf
    Answering your basic HOW TO questions
    Honoria Balogh, Instructional Designer
  • 2. Why convert?
    Sometimes computer programs and files don’t talk to each other.
    To get around some of the problems with text editor incompatibilities, it is advisable to save your files in RICH TEXT FORMAT or RTF
  • 3. Step 1: Open your text editor. I will use MS Word 2008 in my example.
  • 4. Step 2: Open the file you want to convert. (File >> Open)
  • 5. Step 3: Click on the Office button or File >> Save As
    Click on the Office button in the top left corner. Then Click Save As
  • 6. Step 4: You will see this screen.
    Notice the
    Save as type dropdown window
  • 7. Step 5: Click on Save as type dropdown.
    Select the
    Rich Text Format (or RTF) file type.
    Click Save.
  • 8. You can also save the same document in a number of different formats, such as .txt, .doc, .pdfand so on.
    Please check with your instructor to find out what his or her file format preferences may be.
    Step 6: And that’s it. Your document is now in RTF format.