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I created a .rtf file and I want to view the code in terms of rtf code. ex. {/par /par /trql } How can I view the code for an rtf file? Is there a free viewer out there? thanks

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How can I view the code for an rtf file? Is there a free viewer out there?
Notepad.

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We were dealing with the same stuff. We ended up switching to HTML. Are you using the RTFs internally, or are you forced to use RTF by other parties?

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I'd also suggest moving away from RTF if possible. We had a system generating reports in RTF. One report didn't work and it was a horor to search for the bug in the RTF source code.

But yeah, any simple text editor or viewer does the job. We were quite happy woth UltraEdit.

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We have to use rtf.. The output in notepad is really horrible. It has so much stuff like font types and colors and lots of unnecessary stuff. I worded poorly I wanted to just see the actual table building code and none of the junk. I figured it out though. Thanks.

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