RTF


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RTF

abbreviation for
(Computer Science) rich text format: a standard file format allowing file transfer between different applications and operating systems
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RTF

abbr of rich text format → RTF nt
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The RTF is open to both travel professionals and the general public looking for in-depth destination information and special deals.
When I went back again to Juba I found that they start trouble here coming attacking the town abducting the boys here and there, attacking refugees camp abducting one of the officer of the AU RTF.
Net developers that converts HTML pages into RTF, Word (.
This RTF sod can be installed practically anywhere, even where seeding is impossible and too costly.
However, safety should never be compromised, so there is no case in which a potentially dangerous RTF should be allowed.
Users should try to stay away from RTF files, but if there is no other option, they could scan it with security software first.
In addition to a host of new attractions and hotels, the Saudi market is very interested in the summer season offering we are launching shortly and we will be giving a preview of this offering during RTF," Al Geziry added.
8) reported successful obliteration of an RTF with two successive applications of Surgisis biological mesh (Cooke Inc.
RTF enabled instruments also perform a low power Return Loss measurement to verify the system match before activating the high power PIM test transmissions, Kaelus added.
RTF 2011 provides a single platform for regional and global industry spokespeople to come together 
andshareexpertise.
It allows uploading files up to 1 MB each and provides export of up to 50 rows of the aligned text into RTF or TMX (Translation Memory databases format) files.
Conversely, the outlook may be revised to 'Stable' if RTF contracts larger-than-expected debt to fund its capex, resulting in deterioration in its debt protection measures, or in case of lower-than-expected offtake from its expanded capacity.