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further random questions from the newly-unemployed

I fully agree with Jonathan. RTF was originally intended for transport by 
email, and it certainly is readable by MS Word.
On 20 Nov 2002 at 8:04, Jonathan Arnold wrote:

> > I just recently tried xmlresume, a package I found on 
> > I rewrote my resume in its xml format, and it outputs nicely formatted 
> > plain-text, html, and pdf, and can optionally generate a decent 
> > rtf-formatted file that OpenOffice easily turns into an MSWord file.
> Why do you need to turn it into a .doc file? Surely anyone that has
> Word installed can open an RTF file just fine?

Jerry Feldman <gaf at>
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