What is a RTF File Type?
The Rich Text Format (RTF) was introduced by Microsoft in 1987 and developed until 2008 when Microsoft stopped updating the format. Over the years there have been many revisions to the RTF format, with most word processors supporting any version of the format.
One of the main advantages of RTF files is their interoperability between word processing and d'systems. This means that you can save the file to WordPad under Windows and l' open in TextEdit under OS X with little change in formatting. Any formatting changes can be attributed to different versions of the RTF supported by different programs and program versions.
RTF file extension is created by Microsoft, also known as Rich Text Format File. RTF has been classified as Common File Types. You can open and render the contents of this file in a Text Editor. You can open RTF files in Apple TextEdit program.
What is a Default RTF File Name?
New Rich Text Document.rtf - New RTF files created via the Windows context menu (right click in a folder and choose New & amp; rarr; Rich Text Document) are named by default.