Am 14.04.2011 22:19, schrieb Andrea Pescetti:
Alexander Thurgood wrote:
PIVOTTABLE is a registered federal US trademark, assigned to Microsoft Corp.
And so far we all agree, and this is the premise of the old issue I
But does this mean that, like Stefan wrote in
all possible derivatives including "Pivot Table" must be avoided?
As Stefan wrote, this might be true for several local juristications.
(E.G. In Germany
you should not use a uppercase magenta T to name your IT-related
you want to be sued by German Telekom. Even using magenta color is a risc.)
I understand the point of view of those who believe it's better being
safe than sorry, but this change would have some positive effects for
users who look for the "Pivot Table" functionality and fail to recognize
that "Data Pilot" is what they are looking for. Of course they get
accustomed, but still this sounds like a ripoff of Pivot Tables...
Hmm .. ok, seems there are different opinions in the localization
teams. So let's deal
each localization team with this.
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