Open XML blogging in 2007

It’s been quite a year for those who have been blogging about the Open XML file formats. Here’s a look back at some of the stories I remember best from this busy year … January: Brian Jones provides an overview of Passing the Open XML standard off to ISO, followed by a post on the…

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Tagged

OK, Wouter tagged me. And even though he declined to share any details of his gimp costume, I’m going to do the right thing and provide the kind of hard-hitting facts this meme is all about … five things you may not know about me, and may soon wish you didn’t: 1) those familiar with…

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Wrapping up 2006

I’m taking a few days off for the New Year celebration, and I hope you are too. The work will still be there next week, I’m sure. Meanwhile, here are a couple of links that Open XML developers may find interesting during this otherwise quiet week … Peking University recently released a program to convert…

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New blog look

I’ve rolled out a new look and new structure for this blog today. The goal was to make it more readable and usable, and to refine the scope a bit. In the past I’ve covered various Office developer topics, but going forward I’ll be focused 100% on Open XML, so I felt that required a…

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Office Blogs

Now that Office 2007 Beta 2 Tech Refresh is out, it’s time to get serious about learning Office 2007. And the best way to learn Office quickly is to go straight to the horse’s mouth, as they say in my home state of Montana. In other words, talk to the people who created Office. That…

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Hello World!

Well, I’ve done what I said I wouldn’t do: I’ve created two blogs, one for personal and one for business.  This means Mom won’t have to scroll through technical info about Office 2007 in order to see recent pictures of our cats, and my co-workers won’t have to do the opposite.  So to speak. Lots…

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