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> Importing From Brownstone's Diploma
weltym
Posted: Jul 11 2007, 01:25 AM




I am trying to Import from Diploma made by Brownstone. I looked for an easy solution, but I didn't see one. I then tried to export the questions out of Diploma as RTF and then import them but the format didn't work. Seems that there are some special characters that are placed in the RTF that it doesn't like. I then tried to delete all those special characters and I put it in the format I thought it needed but I still got the ERROR: RTF paste failed (error = -4). I also tried to save it as a TXT but that didn't work either and it didn't like the images at all.

Any help or advice you could provide would be appreciated. Below is how I formatted the first 2 questions:

20 questions
Multiple Choice

1. Find the domain of the function.


A) all real numbers
B) all real numbers ,
C) all real numbers
D) t = 9, t = 0
E) t = 9
ANS: A

2. A pyramid has a square base measuring s = 10 meters on each side (see figure). The triangles making up the sides of the pyramid each have an altitude of d = 13 meters. Find the height of the pyramid in meters.

A) 24 meters
B) 144 meters
C) 26 meters
D) 12 meters
E) 60 meters
ANS: A

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Support QA
Posted: Jul 13 2007, 04:00 PM




Your formatting is correct--I just copied what you had below into an RTF file and it imported fine. Please send your RTF file to support@fscreations.com and we'll see what's going on.
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goettej
Posted: Jan 5 2010, 05:22 PM




I am getting the same error ERROR: RTF paste failed (error = -4) One of my rtf's imported just fine but the other ones will not... is there any specific formatting wrong associated to this error?
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tomwetsel
Posted: Feb 24 2010, 12:35 PM




Use Notepad for your rft files and it will remove all the formating.

Just copy your text into notepad.
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