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Tom Davies wrote:
Some could view it as a marketing ploy to push people into using their
format.  i can image the calls telling users they need to avoid 3rd
party formats as though 3rd party is somehow dodgy rather than just
meaning that MS can't manage to write code to support their own format
let alone other organisations. 

One thing to bear in mind is the ODF formats were derived from the
original StarOffice formats and spreadsheets in that format worked fine
in StarOffice, and later OpenOffice, for years.

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