From: Karel Jansens (kareljansens_at_tiscalinet.be)
Date: Wed Jun 18 2003 - 01:51:02 PDT
On Wednesday 18 June 2003 00:41, Thoma W Mattox wrote:
> Sorry, I haven't figured out how to reply to a topic from the digest
> In a comment regarding my wanting to have a PDF on my 130, there was
> mention of saving the file as an rtf. What is this, how do I do it?
You write your CV on your desktop computer's wordprocessor, save it as an
*.rtf file and export it to your Newton with NCU. AFAIK, you need to have
NewtonWorks installed on your Newton to have that option and I don't
recall if the 130 is Works-enabled.
Caveats about rtf files: Not everything is possible graphically that you
can do with a pdf and I have found that not all programs/operating systems
have the same idea about what can or can't be done inside an rtf file.
Experiment a bit, would be my advice.
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