I save the file in RTF through Kurzweil, then open the file in Wordpad,
insert a space, backspace over it, close the file. It works like a charm.
I have also had that problem with my own and other people's RTF files. I am not having in in version 9 so far, but then I haven't been using it that long. Again the solution for me has been to open it in another program change something, save, and then open it again in Kurzweil. I have the impression it happens more with very big files, and maybe when I had set page numbers or done something else unique to Kurzweil when I had the file open. It wasn't that I thought that stuff should be retained when I opened the file again, it was just that I wanted to use those features while the rtf was in Kurzweil for that editting session. I didn't study the problem long enough to be sure, so I am not saying any of this is the problem for certain.
Sarah Van Oosterwijck http://home.earthlink.net/~netentity
----- Original Message ----- From: "Kenneth A. Cross" <crossk@xxxxxxxxxxxx>
Sent: Monday, November 08, 2004 10:58 PM
Subject: [bksvol-discuss] Re: Uploading RTF files
I have been having trouble opening my own rtf files saved fromKurzweil kesfiles. Maybe there is some relation between this difficulty and theup-loaddifficulties in BookShare.Fate --
----- Original Message ----- From: "Mike Pietruk" <pietruk@xxxxxxxxx>
Sent: Monday, November 08, 2004 8:40 PM
Subject: [bksvol-discuss] Uploading RTF files
> Twice, this evening, on the same book -- Andre Malraux's Man'sthat> BookShare insisted that the file was uploading wasn't a .rtf file. > As this was my first book in .rtf run through K1000, is it possible> the file, as prepared by K1000, isn't a true .rtf? > Oh, if it isn't clear, I used K1000 in validating the book. > > >