Convert RTF to FB2
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Converting rtf to fb2
Rich Text Format
|Main program||🔵 WordPad|
Rich Text Format (RTF) may not be the most popular word processing file format, but it is one of the most versatile. It is used for exchanging text-based files from a word processing file to another. For example, you can create and transfer RTF files to someone using Microsoft Word, as well as convert the same to Portable Document File (PDF).
Here are some of the characteristics or distinctive features of Rich Text Format (RTF):
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How to create and how to open an RTF file
Do you want to learn how you can create a Rich Text Format (RTF) file? We must mention that RTF files were one of the earliest word processing file types, as the development dates back to the 1980s. Microsoft Word team was the team behind the idea.
You can create an RTF file directly from your Microsoft Word.
If you want to open an RTF file, all you have to do is to send or transfer the file to any device (computer or smartphone) that has a word processor, such as Google Docs and Microsoft Word.
You can use the following applications/programs to open your RTF file.
Which other formats RTF can be converted into and why
Rich Text Format (RTF) is one of the most versatile word processing file types. As such, it can be used alongside other word processing file formats.
We present to you, some of the other formats that RTF files can be converted into:
DOC is the most popular alternative to Rich Text Format (RTF) because it is developed by the Microsoft Word team – the same team that developed RTF. Thus, you rest assured that Microsoft Word can conveniently be used to create, as well as convert Rich Text Format (RTF). You might also need to convert RTF files to PDF ones as they are easily converted and support inserting images.
FictionBook 2.0 File
🔵 Cool Viewer
🔵 Apple iBooks
|Main program||🔵 FBReader|
|Description||🔵 FictionBook 2.0 was developed by Dmitry Gribov and was first released in 2004 as an eBook format. Native to Russia, this format ranks high on popularity polls of eBook formats in the country. Though XML-based, like several other eBook formats, FB2 files are peculiar because they contain just one XML relative to multiples found in other eBook formats. Since the FB2 format is open-source, and due to the absence of any digital rights management, it is favored by the reader's communities on online electronic libraries. Most importantly, FictionBook is supported by popular eBook readers; this is mainly because FB2 files can be easily converted to other types.|
|Technical details||🔵 While many eBook formats support plain text alone, FB2 files can contain epigraphs, formatted verses, quotations, and other unique tags that are the quintessence of fictional works. In a bid to maintain the text-only protocol, average eBook formats leave essential information like author name and biography, book title, and publisher on the image file that serves as the eBook cover. FB2 structure permits the data mentioned above to be rendered as part of the book file, giving the experience of reading an actual book. FB2 supports the vast character types found on popular word-processing applications. Due to the special inline formatting like bold, italics, underline, strikethrough, sub- and superscript supported by FictionBooks, the file structure includes a Stylesheet that contains data to this effect. FB2 files are structured such that the actual text content comes first, given readers something to nibble on while the rest of the book loads.|
|Developer||🔵 Fiction Book|