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A snt to rtf conversion is often searched by users that would like to recover Sticky Notes from Windows and save them as text or document file (for example RTF documents). This is usually the case when the notes are deleted by accident and users wonder whenever it is even possible to recover the files.

Good news is, it is! Bad news is, it's not that simple. First thing you have to do is to locate your Sticky Notes files, it is typically saved in the following location:

%AppData%\Microsoft\Sticky Notes\StickyNotes.snt

Once you have the file, make a copy of it somewhere else so you do not lose the current notes. Now try to open the .snt file in a text editor or word processor with support for RTF format.

Updated: October 5, 2018

Unfortunately, there is no detailed software record in the database for this conversion.

 

Additional links: Open snt file, Open rtf file

SNT

An snt file extension is related to the Microsoft Windows Sticky Notes app. An snt file stores written user notes.

An snt file extension is associated with the SenPC and used for its data files.

Files with snt file extension are related to the Amnesia: The Dark Descent audio configuration files.

Files with snt file suffix are related to the VX Show-n-Tell slideshow format.

RTF

Files with rtf file extension can commonly be found as text files saved in Rich Text Format. Supported by most text editors.

An rtf file extension is related to the ZKSofware FingerPrint Attendance System SKD data.

 

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