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Office 2007 Gains Native OpenDoc/PDF

Office 2007 is gaining a new service pack -- and this puppy isn't just about bug fixes, performance tweaks and random features that few will use. SP2 brings Office further into the open world with native support for the OpenDoc file format, letting you share files with your OpenOffice brethren. And finally it gains the built-in ability to save files as PDFs, rather than through a clumsy add-on.

Posted by Doug Barney on April 20, 2009 at 11:53 AM


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