"Microsoft's attorneys also claimed that the situation would be
a "major public disruption," and would "have an effect on the
public due to the public's undisputed and enormous reliance on
"During the trial, Microsoft said it would take five months for
it to craft new versions of Word that omitted the offending
feature. i4i countered, saying that it could be done much faster
than that with a software patch."
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