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On 01/01/2011 08:21 PM, Zaphod Feeblejocks wrote:

In the selection for which file-type to use, would the following phrasing be useful.  Docx is
there - just not encouraged!  If my understanding is correct, docx is an xml representation of
the binary format, so saying .doc is a format for Word 97-2010 is correct.

The situation is more complex. There are at least 3 different DOCX versions: 2007 transitional, 2010 transitional and strict (which will arrive in 2013 or later). Users do not have the slightest idea of the complexities associated with standard formats.

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