Convert RTF to PDB
You have the option to convert your rtf file to pdb, as well as a variety of other formats, using our free online converter.
Converting your rtf file to pdb is easy with these steps.
Converting your pdb file to rtf is easy with these steps.
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Converting rtf to pdb
Rich Text Format
|Main program||🔵 WordPad|
Rich Text Format (RTF) may not be the most popular word processing file format, but it is one of the most versatile. It is used for exchanging text-based files from a word processing file to another. For example, you can create and transfer RTF files to someone using Microsoft Word, as well as convert the same to Portable Document File (PDF).
Here are some of the characteristics or distinctive features of Rich Text Format (RTF):
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How to create and how to open an RTF file
Do you want to learn how you can create a Rich Text Format (RTF) file? We must mention that RTF files were one of the earliest word processing file types, as the development dates back to the 1980s. Microsoft Word team was the team behind the idea.
You can create an RTF file directly from your Microsoft Word.
If you want to open an RTF file, all you have to do is to send or transfer the file to any device (computer or smartphone) that has a word processor, such as Google Docs and Microsoft Word.
You can use the following applications/programs to open your RTF file.
Which other formats RTF can be converted into and why
Rich Text Format (RTF) is one of the most versatile word processing file types. As such, it can be used alongside other word processing file formats.
We present to you, some of the other formats that RTF files can be converted into:
DOC is the most popular alternative to Rich Text Format (RTF) because it is developed by the Microsoft Word team – the same team that developed RTF. Thus, you rest assured that Microsoft Word can conveniently be used to create, as well as convert Rich Text Format (RTF). You might also need to convert RTF files to PDF ones as they are easily converted and support inserting images.
🔵 Palm Reader
🔵 Microsoft Visual Studio
|Main program||🔵 ICE Book Reader|
|Description||🔵 PDB files got their .sfw extension from the company that developed the proprietary file format – Seattle FilmWorks. The PDB file format was prolific in the early 1990s with mobile devices like Nokia Navigator that fell under the Palmtop category. It supported a wide variety of documents like eBook, Word documents, images, maps, and spreadsheets. A drawback of the PDB format is its inability to work across multiple platforms; a similar type of program that creates a PDB file is required on a device before the content can be accessed.|
|Technical details||🔵 PDB files can adjust the dimensions of the document’s content to fit the size of the device output. However, several features sported by new eBook formats are lacking in PDB format files. PDB files also support a peculiar data encryption system that helps reduce the file size relative to other formats. The compressible file size remains the essential factor that favoured the PDB format as the default format used with Palmtop devices of the 1990s – which mostly had low storage capacity.|