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Jay Lozier wrote
MSO 2010 and earlier did not support ODF 1.2 only ODF 1.1. I saw 
somewhere that ODF 1.2 is supported in MSO 2013/Office 365.

The official statement was made on the MS Office blog in August 2012:

The "New Office" referred to is MS Office 2013. ODF v1.1 can be opened,
edited, and saved under MS Office 2007 + Service Pack 2 and MS Office 2010.
This format can also be opened and edited under MS Office 2013. ODF v1.2 can
only be opened, edited, and saved under MS Office 2013. The current ODF v1.2
Extended (to be ODF v1.3) is not supported.

I am unaware to what degree subsequent corrections to the ODF specification
(v1.1 and v1.2) by OASIS have been implemented by Microsoft.

Best wishes, Owen.

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