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On 3/26/11 5:30 PM, Carl Symons wrote:

Although MS stopped free support for MS Office 2003 some time ago, its
use is still widespread. It would be a mistake for LibO to support the
ill-defined, shifting OOXML and deprecate MS 2003 support.

I might be wrong, but Peter was referring to MS Office 2003 XML format, which is different from DOC, XLS and PPT, and was never really used by anyone. Although MS says that the format was propedeutic to OOXML, it is completely different.

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