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____/ Gordon on Thursday 08 Oct 2009 11:26 : \____
> Roy Schestowitz wrote:
>> Danish hospital: "Hassle free use of ODF across competing office suites"
>> ,----[ Quote ]
>> | The Danish Ãrhus University Hospital in Risskov, a long-time user of
>> | OpenOffice, says there are no problems at all exchanging ODF-based
>> | documents with other hospitals using Microsoft's proprietary Office 2003.
>> | The trick is to have Microsoft users install the free Sun Microsystems ODF
>> | plugin. "Once that is installed, there are no more problems in exchanging
>> | ODF-based text documents", says Jens Christian Damgaard one of the
>> | hospital's IT administrators.
> The problem occurs with Office 2007 SP2 implementation of ODF - the MS
> engineers deliberately broke it.
Of course they did. Comes exhibits show that Microsoft deliberately does such
thing at the request of managers, including Bill Gates (I have smoking guns).
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