There is already quite a lot of FUD in the comments. Surprisingly only 2
posts about MS formats! I attempted to point out a few blunders in
people's comments but my posts were toooo long and are now getting stuck in
the moderators inbox.
If anyone else could post SHORT comments to dispell some of the FUD it
would be really great! :)
One of the posters, Angus, seems to be pushing people into thinking that is
all that's required. I think i have covered that but just 1 voice saying
it doesn't carry much weight imo. Or at least it shouldn't, imo.
I would like to think that the people behind this will have provided a
handy list of dos and donts to make integration a bit easier.
If not let me know and I'll volunteer my services :)
On 05/08/14 00:12, Tom Davies wrote:
> Hi :)
> Good point!
> One of the posters, Angus, seems to be pushing people into thinking that is
> all that's required. I think i have covered that but just 1 voice saying
> it doesn't carry much weight imo. Or at least it shouldn't, imo.
> Regards from
> Tom :)
> On 4 August 2014 13:14, James Knott <[hidden email]> wrote:
>> On 08/04/2014 04:21 AM, Andrew Beverley wrote:
>>> Word processor files will be saved with “.odt”
>>> suffixes, rather than “.doc”."
>> I wonder how many people will try to just change the extension, without
>> saving as the appropriate file type?
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Does anyone know:
1. What the difference is between 'ODF 1.2 Extended (compat mode)' and
'ODF 1.2 Extended (recommened)'?
2. If using 'ODF 1.2 Extended (recommened)' will cause issues with the
UK Gov 'ODF 1.2'?