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Film and TV Studies Discussion List <[log in to unmask]>
Jeremy Butler <[log in to unmask]>
Fri, 29 May 1992 18:03:24 CST
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> am happy to hear that it is possible to convert DOS WP files into a form
>that allows them to be shipped over bitnet and converted back into their
>formatted glory.
>Does anyone out there know how to do the same with MicroSoft Word from a
>Macintosh?  Here's an even tougher question:  can you send an RTF file
>using Word over bitnet and bring it back to life with Word or even WP
>on an DOS machine?
>p.s. I know this isn't strictly screen-l stuff, but I figure many of you
>probably interested.  If you know the answers to the above questions but
>for some reason, convinced that others will _not_ be interested in the
>just e-mail me directly at [log in to unmask]
    Ben, I figure that this might help out with SCREEN-L FILELIST and the
    posting of Mac-originated files there.  So, I think it's entirely
    appropriate for discussion here.
    I tend to have my DOS blinders on when trying to figure out this sort
    of stuff.  The Macolytes among us will have to keep me informed on how
    Mac files can be sent over the nets.
      SCREEN-L Coordinator