document file format was originally developed by Microsoft in 1987 for sharing documents across computing platforms.
for control (A and B grouped together) and experimental groups were tested for mean directions (Rayleigh tests).
Pocket Guide [O'Reilly & Associates, ISBN: 0-596-00475-3, 2003, 149 pp, $9.95].
But progress has already been made: the Discovery shuttle (STS-114), which with Walker is involved in the RTF
preparation, is scheduled for flight in late Spring 2005.
We wanted a script to convert the RTF
files into HTML, so we employed a third contractor who had worked extensively with the Guide to write a prototype.
If you receive an unsolicited email with a RTF
file attached, view it with suspicion.
Despite the security vulnerability, Sophos recommends that RTF
files should be used instead of DOC files, because the latter are still much more likely to harbour viruses.
IN THIS SECTION, CRIS KOBRYN DESCRIBES THE process and activities of the RTF
and the changes made to the UML leading up to version 1.3.
Of course, some clever hacker noted this and also figured out that you can rename a Word ".doc" file with an "rtf
" extension, and Word will open it up as if it were a standard Word document.
This form of nanocomposite, says RTF
, features a 3% to 5% loading, producing lightweight parts with impact strength similar to that of the unfilled resin.
* "Formatting documents with DSSSL specifications and Jade": One of the advantages of SGML is that you can store your documents without formatting so you can later apply different formats as needed, such as when you want to deliver an SGML document to a Web browser as HTML or to a Microsoft Word user in Rich Text Format (RTF
Corsearch said that Online Reports can be saved and formatted as RTF
documents that include database dates and online billing information.