On 1/3/11 3:40 PM, Barbara Duprey wrote:
Unfortunately, this means that most user-created documents going to
those with more recent versions of Office will be handled by the MS ODF,
which is especially unfortunate for spreadsheets. If we get a complaint
about compatibility, we can (as usual) recommend using PDF if possible.
But if not, which is the better choice -- XP or OOXML? Unless I can be
fairly sure OOXML will be more satisfactory, I'll still recommend XP.
But I'm willing to be convinced to recommend (very reluctantly) OOXML.
Is there any way to assess this, or will we just have to wait and see?
I know is a pain, but is really a case by case issue.
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