Linux and Windows interoperability with OpenXML


I love an article that opens with the following

In the past, ITWire has been less than flattering over Microsoft’s OpenXML document format. Make no mistake, an open file format is definitely a must-have. Nevertheless, it exists so let’s be pragmatic: OpenXML can greatly bridge the gap between Windows and Linux. In fact, it can open up whole new opportunities for Linux coders to produce documents in a Microsoft-friendly format.

Read more over at ITWire and Digg it here.

Kudos to Andrew Coates to helping educate David on the goodness of OpenXML

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Comments (3)
  1. required says:

    Indeed, there IS an open file format: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Office_Open_XML.

  2. Bilstein says:

    Wow, your article are just great and very impressive and helpful..thank you so much dude..

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