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2011/5/19 plino <>:

Then I think it's time to create a proper C/C++ ODF importer for Word. If
this worked properly then this would be a further step in promoting ODF as a
"de facto" open format alternative.

ODF support is present in MS Office 2007 SP2 and MS Office 2010 (it
even can be selected as default file format) so what would be your
target? MS Office 2003 and older? It does not look reasonable to me,
because by the time we develop something useable, only a minority of
users will use such old versions of MS Office.


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