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I have the following rtf-file

{\rtf1\ansi\deff0 {\fonttbl {\f0 Courier;}}
test
}

When I try to open it in Word, I get prompted to convert it. If I do so, it opens the file and displays the content above, not just the word "test" in Courier.

Any clues?

UPDATE: I am generating my rtf-file from Filemaker. This seems to be adding trouble. I have now changed some things, so that I get a file with CR-LF linebreaks, which is also in utf-8 format. I hoped that that would solve the problem. Now, however, when I have a file like this:

{\rtf1\ansi\deff0 {\fonttbl {\f0 Courier;}}[CR][LF]
test[CR][LF]
test2[CR][LF]
}[CR][LF]

[CR] and [LF] are just to illustrate I am using CR-LF line breaks (seen when opening in good old Notepad++).

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I get the following in Word:

testtest2

Where did the linebreaks go?

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  • Word 2019 displays it perfectly well. – harrymc Jan 16 '20 at 10:15
  • It seems to be a Mac-Windows issue... I have created the text file from FileMaker Pro. Filemaker is Mac oriented. So I think it has to do with the type of line-breaks... Working on it... – MWB Jan 16 '20 at 10:17
  • I can open it, though it is not showing any line breaks! Even (for the Filemaker people around) if I use 'char(13) & char(10)' as line breaks. Also, the document is now utf-8 coded! – MWB Jan 16 '20 at 10:42

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