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Re: OpenOffice known deployments

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____/ Erik Jan on Tuesday 17 February 2009 20:33 : \____

> Rex Ballard had de volgende lumineuze gedachte op 17-02-09 19:29:
>> Microsoft is frantically trying to prove that OO is inadequate for
>> displaying DOCX files, yet all they are really proving is that MS-
>> Office is a terrible medium for generating reviewable files that can
>> be reviewed and edited using 3rd party software.
> I would have thought that OOXML being an OPEN format could be read by
> any wordprocessor that has been given the freely available code. How can
> OO.o be inadequate?
> Is Microsoft's "frantically trying" proving MS's failure to make a
> really open format? And why would MS do this? It has "frantically" tried
> to get OOXML accepted as an open standard.

'"Frantically" tried' seriously underlays a reality of organised crime.

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