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I'm not with you with this interpretation of the compatibility issues

These include compatibility with MS Office XML and 2010 files, 
Presentation having limited PowerPoint features, and a few others that 
the article mentions.

the problem is keeping the standards or not.
this is a mission impossible being compatible with closed MS formats, as you might know well MS 
doesn't even keep it's own standard bought from ISO

In this point, I suggest we have to show some toughness and we should show up a bit about MS 
indolent if not malicious behavior.


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