I was hoping for something more than this.
I looked at this RFC and it is designed so that WORD produces CourierNew and
only CourierNew fixed pitch font documents. I believe the many folks would
rather read documents with a more readable font.
Bob Herriot has a tool which is working on Windows 98 and we are still
trying to get some time to figure out why it isn't working on NT. It takes
the .txt file produced from the generic print driver and converts it into an
IETF .txt file. Then we can have the best of both worlds.
From: Gocek, Gary [mailto:GGocek@crt.xerox.com]
Sent: Monday, August 07, 2000 05:43
To: Hastings, Tom N; 'Ron Bergman'
Cc: 'firstname.lastname@example.org'; Manros, Carl-Uno B; Herriot, Robert; 'McDonald, Ira
at Sharp'; 'McDonald, Ira at Xerox'
Subject: RE: PMP> RE: Comments on draft-ietf-printermib-mib-info-05.txt
Two guys from Microsoft (Hain & Gahrns) recently wrote an Internet Draft on
the subject of using MS Word for RFC-type documents. See:
This I-D has all the calculations for margins and such. Thanks to Ira for
originally pointing this out to me a few weeks ago.
> -----Original Message-----
> From: Hastings, Tom N
> Sent: Friday, August 04, 2000 7:46 PM
> To: Gocek, Gary; 'Ron Bergman'
> Cc: email@example.com; Manros, Carl-Uno; Herriot, Bob; McDonald,
> Ira at Sharp;
> McDonald, Ira at Xerox
> Subject: RE: PMP> RE: Comments on
> Ron and Gary,
> About indenting by 3 spaces (we've never done it for IPP
> drafts, but the RFC editor went to the trouble of changing
> the text for us and inserting the three leading spaces). So
> doing it ahead of time will help get things done faster, I
> would assume.
> You could redefine the plain text style to be indented 3
> spaces. However, you'd want to introduce another style for
> the actual MIB which doesn't want to be intended. Also in
> the text portion there are several excerpts from other MIBs
> that already have leading spaces and will cause line wrap if
> they are indented an additional 3 spaces for the plain text style.
> So may if the plain text styles for MIB data is changed to
> some new style, say, mib, which doesn't have the indent, that
> it will be straightforward.
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