Open RTF without Microsoft Word

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How can I open an RTF file if I don't have Microsoft Word on my computer?
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You can still open this file. However, the settings is different from MS Word since RTF is just a simple file format so it’s better if you can still install MS Word.

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  • Subhendu Sen
    .rtf file is basically created in wordpad, which is a built-in application of MS windows. If you don't have windows OS, but have .rtf files, you can open them in Open Office/ Libre Office, (both are free). If you have windows OS, you can easily open them in wordpad, even if you don't have MS office.
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  • Venn009

    You can use libre office and open office to open RTF file. 

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  • Subhendu Sen
    It is not necessary to install MS word to open .rtf files. Even you can open word/ excel/ power point files in open office/ libre office also without installing MS office.
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  • sharonMcclellandkotecki
    How do you install micro soft word on my computer.
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  • Kevin Beaver
    WordPad, the word processor that is built into the Windows OS, is a good option.
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  • Subhendu Sen
    Have you followed all of the discussions minutely. Read them and you can surely get some helps.
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  • TorekGuesto
    Sharon, what is the  make and model of  your computer?
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  • Subhendu Sen
    From the very beginning wordpad is a built-in application with Windows. MS still now continuing. So, this is a basic application and you can find it in Accessories group.
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