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If you're considering downloading DiskBooks,
this copyright information will be good news for you.
We want to make it easy for
you to use the materials from any DiskBook in any combination of the following
entire copies for distribution to members of your congregation, class, or other
B. Use extended excerpts in materials
you are writing, whether in hard copy or electronic (on-line) format.
is hereby granted to freely copy these DiskBooks in electronic form, or to reproduce
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The Difference between Rich Text
Format and ASCII (Text)
Rich text format (rtf) will work with any word processor that has an rtf import filter installed. All my files are created on a Macintosh computer and in Microsoft Word 6.0.1 word processor. However, if you have an IBM with WordPerfect and an rtf filter, you will see my files on your computer with the original formatting, such as margins, justification, centering, bold, italics, and fonts (depending on the fonts you have installed on your IBM.)
On the other hand, if you order a book in text (ASCII) format, you will get a plain-vanilla version. You will get all the words, but without the original formatting.
Here is a simulation of the same paragraph as you will see it in rtf and text:
The rich text format option
does exactly what the name implies. You get such goodies as bolding and
Text (ASCII) Sample
The rich text format option does exactly what the name implies. You get such goodies as bolding and italics.
Attention DOS/Windows Users: Your text files will also include a hard carriage return at the end
of each line. This is a real nuisance if you plan to use a portion of a DiskBook
in another document where you will be using new margins and font sizes. These
hard carriage returns will need to be removed, either by on-screen editing or
with careful use of your word processor's search and replace command. Macintosh
text files do not include hard carriage returns at the end of each unless you
specifically request them that way.
only reason you would want to order text instead
of rtf is if your word processor can't handle Rich Text Format. If that
is the case, I suggest you try to buy or download a rich text format import filter
for your word processor
Of course, the you may want to consider a one-button download powered by Acrobat Reader by Adobe. These files are available at:
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