"In an effort to win quick converts to its bid to have Microsoft
Open Office XML (MOOXML) accepted as an ISO standard, Microsoft is
deprecating parts of its widely-criticized MOOXML. But whatever the
new Microsoft OOXML file format with deprecated parts will
eventually look like (if such a format ever appears in an actual
application), these cosmetic changes don't really make a difference
for Microsoft or the world. Neither Microsoft Office 2007 or the
version after that will ever likely produce a standards-compliant
format. Besides, OpenDocument has been around now for a few years
and is becoming widely supported in industry. However, there has
been no meaningful movement from MS towards support. Actions speak
louder than words..."
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