Linked by Adam S on Wed 21st May 2008 19:28 UTC
Features, Office According to BetaNews, Microsoft has announced that they will support OpenDocument (ODF) and PDF in Office 2007 SP2. This comes as a major victory not only for OpenOffice.org and its offshoots, but also for open source in general. Microsoft is planning on making Office 2007 SP2 available in the first half of 2009.
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RE: Comment by primelight@live.com
by AnXa on Thu 22nd May 2008 11:22 UTC in reply to "Comment by primelight@live.com"
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2008-02-10

Many people still use Office 2000, XP and 2003 in schools and offices around world although we are living year 2008 by now. ;)

Windows Vista and Office 2007 are having same problem. Why to upgrade? Previous version gets the job done better. New office requires that people who are going to work with it take some training.

Moving to OpenOffice.Org would be much more logical since it acts and behaves like older Office suites. Than moving to new Microsoft Office.

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