Saving Documents as Rich Text Format


Microsoft Works

Opening Works Files in Office

  1. Open the word processing program.
  2. Type the assignment.
  3. When the file is ready to be saved, select "File" from the menu bar at the top of the word processor screen; now select "Save As"

4. Click the drop down box and choose "Rich Text Format" (.rtf)

5. When naming and saving a file, letters without any symbol characters (i.e. - @#$ or %).
- For example, project1.rtf is an acceptable filename, while Project #1.RTF is not.

  1. Before selecting the Save button, be sure that the file is being saved into the correct folder or directory
  2. Click the Save button.

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Microsoft Word

Saving in Rich-Text Format

  1. Open the word processing program.
  2. Type the assignment.
  3. When the file is ready to be saved, select "File" from the menu bar at the top of the word processor screen; now select "Save As"

4. Click the drop down box and choose "Rich Text Format" (.rtf)

5. When naming and saving a file, letters without any symbol characters (i.e. - @#$ or %).
- For example, project1.rtf is an acceptable filename, while Project #1.RTF is not.

  1. Before selecting the Save button, be sure that the file is being saved into the correct folder or directory
  2. Click the Save button.

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Corel WordPerfect

  1. Open the word processing program.
  2. Type the assignment.
  3. When the file is ready to be saved, select "File" from the menu bar at the top of the word processor screen; now select "Save As"

4. Click the drop down box and choose "Rich Text Format" (.rtf)

5. When naming and saving a file, letters without any symbol characters (i.e. - @#$ or %).
- For example, project1.rtf is an acceptable filename, while Project #1.RTF is not.

  1. Before selecting the Save button, be sure that the file is being saved into the correct folder or directory
  2. Click the Save button.

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