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The file format is based on the Rich Text Format , but can also include "attachments" such as images and animations. An RTFD document is a bundle , a folder containing files. Images used in the document are stored in the bundle in their native formats. The standard RTF format also supports a number of scalable image meta file formats.
Editing these folders may destroy the data inside the RTFD. In particular editing any of the elements, such as the text file, inside the folder will remove other elements, such as graphics. However, when the RTF file is edited in a text editor such as WordPad, Notepad or Word, graphics elements are replaced by a text notation showing their inclusion and, when saved, the graphics elements inside the folder are 'lost' when the RTFD file is subsequently opened in Mac OS X.
Note that, if the RTFD file is saved as an archive file. However, as previously stated, some of the contents, such as graphics elements, will be lost after editing when the RTFD file is subsequently re-opened in Mac OS X.
In contrast to RTF, RTFD files generally cannot be opened properly by applications on operating systems which do not recognize the bundled data. Most applications and operating environments on Linux, like Windows, treat the bundle as a folder containing unstructured data files. However, the applications written for the GNUstep environment, such as the Ink text editor, can open these documents  and the GNUstep environment itself recognizes the concept of a bundle. From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia.
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How to Convert RTFD to PDF on Windows 10/8/7
I want to be able to access the contents of these files on platforms other than OS X eg: Windows. I disagree, because its fiddly, incomplete and hack-like rather than simple, recognizable and practical like a. I've Googled for a solution to this but no-one else is talking about it, with the exception of: - the command-line 'textutil' converter, but that creates ascii files that are necessarily stripped of all images - converting to HTML, but that creates more than a single file an HTML file plus a folder containing the images Am I missing something really obvious? A separate question but related: Is anyone aware of a 'proper' cross-platform document format which supports images as well as text? Of course, I recognize that I may be forced to accept that nothing will fit my needs and I'll have to settle for a lesser solution but its too early in the process to give up yet. Many thanks! I made a test.
Convert RTF to PDF file
RTFD files are easy to create, edit and manage. Since they can be opened and edited on any word processor, they have easily become one of the ways you can accomplish documentation tasks on different platforms. But like most simple document formats, they are not ideal for sharing of sensitive information, to do that, you the best format would be PDF. Well, this article will share with you a few simple solutions to this problem for both Windows and Mac operating systems.