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On 14/04/2011 Andre Schnabel wrote:
PivotTable as trademark of Microsoft Corporation. Within the last
years this was always named as reason why OOo needs to use the term
"Datapilot" - I have no idea if (and how) this situation did change 

The text only concerns "PivotTable" written this way, not the concept of
Pivot Tables or their name. I filed this bug back in February
and should have renamed all instances of "PivotTable" to
"Pivot" and kept "Pivot Table" (with space) as replacement of

In fact there might be an agreement between Oracle and MS
which covers OOo

This seems really far-fetched... With the same likelihood, Novell could
have negotiated an indemnity for its commercial version of LibreOffice
or for all versions. I'm sure it's better to leave our imagination out
of the issue, and check the facts in the above issue page; and, if in
doubt, indeed act conservatively as you suggest. But to the best of my
knowledge, the wording as it is in should be OK now.


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