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You may order your OJEU Report in Microsoft Word (.DOC), PDF, RTF, or TXT formats.
Microsoft Word (DOC)
Rich Text (RTF)
Plain Text (TXT)
Microsoft Word (DOC) Format
The Microsoft Word format is popular with many of our subscribers. It is compatible with MS Office 2000 and above as well as the popular free Office Suites (Libre Office and Open Office). It is easier to read than the legacy TXT format. It adds a much more modern look and feel to your reports. The MS Word format also addresses issues with the RTF format. It is much quicker to load and does not suffer from display issues on certain operating systems and/or viewers. The index provides links where supporting viewers may to take you to directly to the page containing the corresponding notice.
Adobe Portable Document Format (PDF)
The PDF format is the latest addition to our reporting service. This format is by far the most portable format. The average PDF document will also display many times faster than any other. This is a huge advantage if you are receiving large reports.
Rich Text Format (Legacy, RTF)
RTF is a universal format that is supported on Windows, Mac and Linux. The RTF format does not require any special software to view. Word Pad that comes with Microsoft Windows can display RTF documents out of the box. RTF is also supported by Microsoft Office and the free OpenOffice suite. The default text viewer on the Apple Mac operating system (OSX) can also display RTF documents without any additional setup. The RTF format was originally designed to replace the legacy TXT format. Since the introduction of the MS Word and PDF formats which provide superior visual and load times it has now become obsolete. The RTF format is still used by a number of our subscribers and is available upon request.
Plain Text Format (Legacy, TXT)
The .TXT format is popular with subscribers that import and customize OJEU reports into their own information retrieval system. The .TXT format is ideal when internal reporting requires a specific style to be used (ie. for circulation by email). Upon request, a Tutorial Note is available with tips on processing the .TXT format.
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