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The only factor is that RTF is usually version independent and DOCs
are sometimes not compatible with Word versions older than what
--- obair81 -at- comcast -dot- net wrote:
> A translation company took some mif2go-made .rtf files that I sent
> them and saved them as .doc files to reduce the file size, then
> translated them.
> Is there any reason why going from rtf to doc in this situation
> would cause a problem?
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