RTF is the abbreviation of Rich Text Format, which is a proprietary document format developed by Microsoft Corporation. The history of RTF can date back to the middle of 1980s. It was developed for the Microsoft products and for cross-platform document interchange. RTF is an 8-bit format, and can encode characters beyond ASCII by escape sequences. RTF can be read and written by most word processors.
eePDFConverter can convert PDF files to two file formats: DOC (MS Word Document) and RTF (Rich Text Format). By setting Rich Text Format (*.RTF) as the output format, you can convert PDF files to RTF format. The following part will show you how easy you can use eePDF Converter to convert PDF files to RTF format document by the following steps:
1 Open eePDFConverter
Click Start>clcik All Programs>click the folder of eePDF to Word Converter >Select the icon of eePDF to Word Converter and double click it with the mouse.
2 Select Rich Text Format (*.RTF) as the output format.
Find the second group box titled Output Formats at the right part of the interface>click the radio box before the second option Rich Text Format (*.RTF) to select RTF as the output format of the Word document.
3 Set other options including output layout, page range, and type the password if it is necessary, etc. To learn more about these options, you can read the other articles at //www.eepdf.com/blog .
4 Input the file you want to convert from PDF to Word.
You can directly drag the PDF file to the list box of eePDF PDF to Word Converter interface.
5 Export the Word document
Click Convert on the interface to open the Save As dialog box>save the files in the directory >name the document covnerted from PDF to Word>select Rich Text Format (*.RTF) as the Save as type>click Save
Now let’s view the effect of the document of RTF format.