Linked by Thom Holwerda on Wed 29th Apr 2009 14:03 UTC
Microsoft Microsoft released the second service pack for Office 2007, with ODF and PDF support. "Now all Office users will have the option to load and save OpenDocument files, with today's distribution of Service Pack 2 of Office 2007. In something of a surprise -- contrary to what many at Microsoft led us to believe -- upon installing SP2 on our test systems, we immediately located an option for saving files in ODF by default. That means you don't have to "Save As" and export to ODF if you don't ever want to use Microsoft's OOXML or Office 2003 "compatibility mode;" you can at least try to use Word, Excel, and PowerPoint as substitutes for OpenOffice."
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RE: PDF at last
by jayson.knight on Wed 29th Apr 2009 16:13 UTC in reply to "PDF at last"
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"Microsoft released the second service pack for Office 2007, with PDF support

Welcome to 1999, Microsoft!
I guess SP3 will support document tabs ;)

Office 2007 has had PDF support since day 1 of its release via an official MS download. All they've done with this SP is roll it into Office.

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