OOXML News: Office 2003 Kisses Old Formats Goodbye
Jan 04, 2008, 16:00 (5 Talkback[s])
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ConsortiumInfo: At a Loss for Words
"It's not often I find myself at a loss for words when I read
something, but this is one of those times.
"Or perhaps it would be more accurate to say that it isn't
really necessary for me to add any words to the following news,
other than to characterize them with a Latin phrase lawyers use:
"Res ipse loquitor, which translates as 'the thing speaks
for itself.' I'll give one clue, though: I've added this blog post
to the 'ODF and OOXML' folder. That's 'OOXML' as in 'the world must
have this standard so that our customers can open the billions of
documents that have already been created in older versions of' a
certain office productivity suite..."
PlexNex: Is 2008 Already the "Year of MS Office | OOXML"?
"It's official! Recovering from hangovers, people are yawning
back to work or just returning from their two-week holiday breaks
and before the year 2008 has begun we can safely put it to bed as
'The Year of Microsoft Office & OOXML.'
"Not two days into the new year and Microsoft's indefatigable
marketing machine has ticked over twice--through the rote, pre-set
drills of service pack and new product roll-outs from the Office