Your print output can be specified as either RTF (Rich Text Format) or TXT (Text only).
If you prefer your printout to retain formatting that you specified in your Print Configuration, for example Font, Font size and colour, boldness, underlines and full graphic photo finish, you will need to leave the File Format at the default setting – RTF.
TXT (text) files are just plain text – no colour, no formatting.
Please note that GTX sends the print output to the word processor on your computer that is associated, through Windows® File Associations, to the .RTF or .TXT file extensions. In a typical Windows® setup, TXT files are sent to Notepad®, and RTF files usually to Microsoft Wordpad®. If you prefer to use another word processor, say Microsoft Word® for RTF files, simply change the file association via Windows® File Types facility.