If you do not know how to do that with Word, there is help to get.
Yes, in RFC 3285.
3285 Using Microsoft Word to create Internet Drafts and RFCs. M.
Gahrns, T. Hain. May 2002. (Format: TXT=34556 bytes) (Status:
[YJS] Yes of course we all have used that.
However, unfortunately there are problems with that route
and no-one is supporting it (as XML2RFC is supported).
True, this had not been a problem if the output from Word had
been consistent. Anyway, Joe Touch has been updating these tools
and you can find them at:
For example, when printing directly from Word (rather
than first producing the ASCII and then printing)
the margins are all wrong.
True, printing directly is a missing feature of the tools
provided by RFC 3285. Joe's version fixes this, so you should be
happy with his version also for that reason.
Also, certain combinations of characters I use in ASCII art
cause (for some unknown and undocumented reason)
strange unprintable characters to appear in the ASCII version.
Probably this is because you have used characters not part of
7-bit ASCII. It is a good idea to always turn off the auto-correct
features of Word, otherwise you will probably get strange characters.
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