Exporting Turner Documents to Other File Formats

You can export your Turner document to a variety of file formats.

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Exporting your document to commonly used file formats Exporting Turner Documents for Sharing with Others
Exporting your document for submission to the EDGAR system Exporting Turner Documents for Submission to the EDGAR System
Exporting your document as a file Exporting Turner Documents for Typesetting with

Exporting Turner Documents for Sharing with Others

You can export your document to file formats that those who aren’t using Turner may be able to use.

  • PDF:

    You can view and print PDF files in Preview, Safari, and other applications. You can edit PDF files with a PDF application. When you export your document as a PDF file, Turner creates hyperlinks for cross-references (see Using Cross-References) and items in the table of contents (see Including a Table of Contents).

    When you export your document as a PDF file, Turner replaces consecutive spaces with a single space, divides your document into pages, and does other typesetting tasks. See Typesetting In Turner to learn more.

  • Microsoft Word (DOCX):

    You can open and edit DOCX files in Microsoft Word.

    When you export your document as a DOCX file, Turner uses a number sign (#) in place of page numbers in the table of contents and in other places. To replace number signs with page numbers, open the DOCX file in Word and update fields. To learn how to update fields in Word, search for “update fields” in Word Help. To learn how to add a table of contents to your document, see Including a Table of Contents.

  • RTF:

    You can open and edit RTF files in Microsoft Word, Pages, and other word processors. When you export your document as an RTF file, most text formatting is preserved.

  • Plain Text:

    You can open and edit plain text files in many text editing applications, such as TextEdit. Exporting to plain text removes text formatting.

    Documents exported to plain text are not suitable for the EDGAR system. If you want to submit a Turner document to the EDGAR system as a plain text file, export it as an EDGAR plain text file. See Exporting Turner Documents for Submission to the EDGAR System to learn how.

To export a Turner document to PDF, Microsoft Word, RTF, or plain text file formats:
  • Choose File > Export To, and then choose PDF, Word, RTF, or Plain Text from the submenu.

Exporting Turner Documents for Submission to the EDGAR System

If you want to submit your Turner document to the Electronic Data Gathering, Analysis, and Retrieval (EDGAR) system provided by the US Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) as an exhibit to an SEC filing, you can export your document to file formats that are suitable for the EDGAR system:

  • EDGAR HTML:

    You can view or print EDGAR HTML files in Safari and other web browsers.

  • EDGAR Plain Text:

    Exporting to EDGAR plain text removes text formatting. Exporting to EDGAR plain text also replaces certain characters — such as “smart” quotation marks, most currency symbols (including £, €, and ¥), and letters with diacritics (such as á and ö) — with alternate characters or with a question mark (?).

    You can open and edit EDGAR plain text files in many text editing applications, such as TextEdit. However, because of the requirements of the EDGAR system, if you edit your EDGAR plain text file in a text editing application, it may become unsuitable for the EDGAR system. For more information about the requirements of the EDGAR system, see the EDGAR Filer Manual.

    If you don’t need to submit your document to the EDGAR system, consider exporting it as a plain text file. Exporting as a plain text file preserves “smart” quotation marks, currency symbols, and letters with diacritics. See Exporting Turner Documents for Sharing with Others to learn how to export a document as a plain text file.

For detailed information about EDGAR HTML and EDGAR plain text, see EDGAR HTML and EDGAR Plain Text.

To export a Turner document to EDGAR HTML and EDGAR plain text:
  • Choose File > Export To, and then choose EDGAR HTML or EDGAR Plain Text from the submenu.

Exporting Turner Documents for Typesetting with

You can export your document as a (pronounced “tekh”) file suitable for typesetting with (pronounced “zee-tekh”).

You should rarely need to export your document as a file, but you may want to do this to share it with a publisher that works with . Or, if you’re familiar with , you may want to do this to customize your document’s typography. You can open and edit files in many text editing applications, such as TextEdit.

To export a Turner document as a file:
  • Choose File > Export To, and then choose from the submenu.

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