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converting RTF to PDF or DVI

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I've been looking for a program to convert RTF files to PDF or DVI with no luck.  Could someone please point me in the direction of a freeware or shareware program that does the job.  Thanks in advance.

Matthew Batchelor.
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There are several converters on CTAN (ftp.tex.ac.uk).
/pub/tex/support/rtf2latex.
Also there's /pub/tex/support/rtf2tex and a third in the same directory called "rtflatex".  Not sure which of these three is the best, but at least there's a choice.

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