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-  * RTF : probably the most versatile choice for now. Works (almost) everywhere and give reasonable results, especially for hieroglyphs mixed with alphabetic text. Don't use for recent ​versions of Word for Mac((Recent versions of Word for Mac seems to understand only PDF and not the pictures I use for RTF (although they are Microsoft format))). +  * RTF : probably the most versatile choice for now. Works (almost) everywhere and give reasonable results, especially for hieroglyphs mixed with alphabetic text. Used to be problematic with some versions of Word on Mac, but has recently ​(2016improved
-  * PDF : currently the most acurate ​choice. As far as I know, only Mac OS X supports PDF cut and paste, and few softwares understand it. For instance, Word 2004 doesn'​t. Word 2008 does, however. Textedit has the bad idea of accepting the PDF cut and paste, but transforming the result into a bitmap.+  * PDF : currently the most accurate ​choice. As far as I know, only Mac OS X supports PDF cut and paste, and few softwares understand it. For instance, Word 2004 doesn'​t. Word 2008 does, however. Textedit has the bad idea of accepting the PDF cut and paste, but transforming the result into a bitmap.
   * bitmap : gives a (currently) low resolution bitmap, suitable for web pages for instance.   * bitmap : gives a (currently) low resolution bitmap, suitable for web pages for instance.
   * plain text : will copy the //Manuel de Codage// encoding to the clipboard.   * plain text : will copy the //Manuel de Codage// encoding to the clipboard.
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