Support for ODF Is Step in the Right Direction

Created: Friday, July 28, 2006, posted by Geetesh Bajaj at 7:23 am

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Earlier this month, Microsoft announced its support for an open-source project to create a translator plug-in for its Office applications that, eventually, will enable Word, Excel and PowerPoint users to read and write word processor, spreadsheet and presentation files saved in the rival OpenDocument for Office Applications format. The key word here is “eventually.”

Jason Brooks discusses more on the eWeek site…

Categories: odf, powerpoint, microsoft_office


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