Microsoft Opens Office File Formats

Created: Tuesday, November 22, 2005, posted by Geetesh Bajaj at 2:26 am



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Microsoft Corp. has decided to open up its Office file formats and has submitted the formats to be considered for recognition as a formal standard by Ecma International, which will develop the documentation and make it available to the industry. Opening the MS Office document format takes a step towards eventually ensuring that those customers who do not use Office will be able to work with Microsoft Word, PowerPoint and Excel documents without having to buy the software. More on the eWeek site…


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