Text content can be held in a great variety of file formats, but not all of them can be read by the majority of editors. Luckily, there are an abundance of specialized applications out there which can help you convert between various documents types, and Batch RTF to Doc Converter does exactly what the name suggests.

Before you can enjoy all the application has to offer, it’s recommended to check whether or not your computer is fitted with .NET Framework, but it usually comes bundled in the default set of features of modern Windows iterations. You can launch it right after setup in order to start converting your files.

Features are stored in quite an intuitive interface, with a large list which shows files about to be converted with details like name and operation status. File management functions are accessed through a side panel. Conversion takes little of your time, and you can convert multiple files at a time, loading them through the browse dialog.

Truth be told, the whole operation is pretty straightforward, but this isn’t really an inconvenience. The name tells it all, with the only supported file format for input being RTF, while the only output file is DOC. This means that converted files are saved under the old Office format, which might just be what you need in particular circumstances.

Just before conversion starts a window shows up. Here you can choose where converted files are saved. This can be done to the same folder as the source, or a location of choice. Original items remain intact, and new folders can be created for each converted item.

Taking everything into consideration, we can state that Batch RTF to Doc Converter is a straightforward file conversion tool which does exactly what the name suggests. It accepts one or more RTF files as input, delivering output under the DOC format to a location of choice.