Microsoft Office 12: Big Changes, Big Learning Curve

Created: Thursday, December 8, 2005, posted by Geetesh Bajaj at 5:35 am



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When Microsoft says the next version of Office is its most important revision in over a decade, it’s not kidding. New XML-based default file formats and a major interface revision are intended to make the market-dominating productivity suite more flexible and accessible than ever….But lurking behind the scenes is a change that may ultimately prove even more significant than the interface makeover: Microsoft’s replacement of its current proprietary default file formats (.doc, .xls, .ppt, and so on) with new compressed XML-based file formats, denoted by the addition of the letter x to the traditional file extensions. Read more on ABC News.com…


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