Word Processing File Formats at FileFormat.com

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We have recently launched fileformat.com that is your one stop for guidance about file formats. Besides updating you with latest news from file format domain, its wiki section is continuously getting enriched with contents about different file formats.

Word Processing File Formats

The Word Processing category includes file formats that can be processed by word processor applications like Microsoft Word, OpenOffice Writer and others. Let us have a look at some of these file formats.

DOC

Files with Doc extension represent documents generated by Microsoft Word in binary file format. The extension was initially used for plain text documentation on several different operating systems. It can contain several different type of data such as images, formatted as well as plain text, graphs, charts, embedded objects, links, pages, page formatting, print settings and a lot others. The format was popular for all sort of documentation due to the variety of options it offers to users for writing manuals, proposals, specifications, resumes, articles or any similar documents. The File Format wiki article about DOC file format contains useful information about the brief history, short file format specifications and references for this file format.

DOCX

Docx is well-known format for Microsoft Word documents. Introduced from 2007 with the release of Microsoft Office 2007, the structure of this new Document format was changed from plain binary to a combination of XML and binary files. Docx files can be opened with Word 2007 and lateral versions but not with the earlier versions of MS Word which support DOC file extensions. For further information about the Docx file format, short details about its file format specifications and references, visit the DOCX file format article on file format wiki.

RTF

Introduced and documented by Microsoft, the Rich Text Format (RTF) represents a method of encoding formatted text and graphics for use within applications. The format facilitates cross-platform document exchange with other Microsoft Products, thus serving the purpose of interoperability. This capability makes it a standard of data transfer between word processing software and, hence, contents can be transferred from one operating system to another without losing document formatting. Head over to the RTF file format wiki article to get useful information about this format.

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FileFormat.com has been launched!

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We are pleased to announce the launch of fileformat.com, a platform for all the developers who are inquisitive about working with file formats. It has been launched keeping in mind the requirements of a common platform to develop a community of file format experts and users for discussing their needs and issues related to file formats.

What FileFormat.com offers?

FileFormat.com aims to help developers, working with file types, through its unique combination of different file format domains. Its unique combination of wiki resources, forums and news section help bring users interaction to a single platform where they can not only discuss issues related to file types, but also participate in the discussions related to file format news.

FileFormat.com offers vast knowledge related to file formats based on input from file format experts and community users. There is nothing as beneficial as compared to personal experience of working with file types that can help resolve issues faced with minimal time and efforts. All this you can find at one single place which is fileformat.com.

File Format Knowledge Base

The file format wiki is your one stop for getting file format information about different file types by their extensions. To help you quickly find your desired file format, you can access the desired category or search the wiki by file extension. The wiki has currently information about limited number of file formats, but more stuff is coming to it very soon along with APIs information that support manipulating file formats.

Community Forum

In order to effectively share the file format knowledge owned by experts and community users, fileformat.com offers a central place for discussions in the form of community forum as FileFormat forum. You can post your inquiry in one of the relevant forum categories and get valuable input from experts of that domain as well as community users. This sharing of knowledge and experience can help you get solution to your file format problems in an effective manner.

File Format News

There are lots of things happening with respect to different file formats on almost daily basis. Somewhere a file format is hacked that leads to vulnerabilities while somewhere a new format is introduced to fulfil the needs of ever growing efficiency. This is where fileformat.com keeps you aware of such happenings through its news section. You can not only find latest news about file formats in the news section, but also benefit from the opinion of experts about such news in comments. In addition, you can share your own opinion about any or all news the same way.

In a nutshell, we see FileFormat.com as becoming one of the key places that will help you in working with file types in an effective manner. If you have any query, feel free to post in the File Formats forum category to get answer from relevant experts.

 

 

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FileFormat.com to be launched soon!

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The world of Software is full of countless file types where each file format serves specific purpose. The list of file formats is not stopping here and with the passage of time, new file types are introduced to attain efficiency as well as support more functionality. In addition, file formats are getting obsolete as well with the arrival of new file formats of the same category.

In such a situation, one feels the lack of a single platform where:

  • Information about file formats is available
  • Application developers can get expert advice on issues while implementing file formats
  • News related to file formats around the world are found

FileFormat.com is launching soon

The answer to all such requirements is FileFormat.com. It is going to address the above concerns by providing a single platform. Powered by Aspose at its back, FileFormat.com brings its vast experience in the field of File Format APIs at your service to help you work with File Formats.  The platform will provide:

  • File Format Forums – so that you can post your queries related to different file extensions and get expert advice from our technical experts as well as the community users
  • File Format Wiki – a single place that contains information about thousands of file formats along with their specifications information
  • File Format News – an interactive news section to find out latest news from around the world related to file formats

The ultimate aim of FileFormat.com is to create a community where file format issues can be discussed, help rendered in the form of discussions for working with file types, establish a knowledge base about all file types and become a source of file format news. For more news, stay tuned!

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