Linked by Thom Holwerda on Thu 6th Jul 2006 10:41 UTC
Features, Office Microsoft is giving in to the unrelenting pressure to be more open, particularly with regard to its Office Open XML file format and interoperability with the Open Document Format alternative. The company will announce July 6 that it has set up an open-source project to create a series of tools that allow translation between the OpenXML format and the ODF format, and which will be developed with partners. The Open XML Translator project, as it is known, will be posted on SourceForge, the open-source software development Web site.
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RE: Yeah, sure
by MollyC on Thu 6th Jul 2006 17:32 UTC in reply to "Yeah, sure"
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If Microsoft provides a tool which will translate 100% of features in either direction, I may die of shock.

So would I, since ODF doesn't support 100% of the OpenXML features.

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