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Open document format what is it

Open Document Format – What is it?

The OpenDocument format (ODF), short for the OASIS Open Document Format for Office Applications, is an open document file format for saving and exchanging editable office documents such as text documents (including memos, reports, and books), spreadsheets, charts, and presentations.

  • Source: wikipedia.org


Open document format wait what is it again

Open Document Format – Wait, what is it again?

  • ODF was developed by the OASIS industry consortium, based upon the XML-based file format originally created by OpenOffice.org.

  • The standard was publicly developed by a variety of organizations, is publicly accessible, and can be implemented by anyone without restriction.

  • The OpenDocument format is intended to provide an open alternative to proprietary document formats including the popular but undocumented DOC, XLS, and PPT formats used by Microsoft Office

  • Source: wikipedia.org


Open document format who cares

Open Document Format – Who cares?

  • Microsoft, that’s who.

  • Microsoft refuses for the moment to support the OpenDocument format, claiming that it lacks independent implementations and important functionality, although it has hinted that it may change its position in the future.


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