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TomD wrote
I'm fairly sure the default format in MS Office 2013 is not "strict" but
just another "transitional" format.  Afaik none of the transitional
are registered ISO formats.  I don't think it's particularly easy to get
2013 to use "strict" by default but it is possible to set ODF as the

Please refer my clarification to Italo's information up-thread. The
Transitional and Strict formats are both defined in ISO/IEC 29500.

Best wishes, Owen.
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