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Tom Davies wrote:
Most newer versions of MS Office have ODF support built-in.  Unfortunately it's only the 2013 and 
365 that use the same version of ODF as everyone else.  2007 and 2010 use the old 1.1 which is not 
great for spreadsheets!
Regards from

It's been a while since I've had occasion to use it, but, IIRC, you could choose whether to use the Sun plugin or built in ODF support even on the later versions of office. Of course, with the older versions, there wasn't any native support at all. Either way, the Sun plugin should be used in my opinon.

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