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ODF goes around the world, but it doesn’t take 80 days


April 18, 2006 12:26 pm





The OpenDocument Format Alliance has grown to 138 members around the world, after starting with 36 members just last month. That’s according to an announcement from the ODF Alliance today. Novell is all about open standards, which is why we’ve been part of the alliance since it formed, working with other members to help ensure that public sector information, records and documents are accessible across platforms and applications, now and in the future. That’s done through the promotion and use of OpenDocument format. Our standard document format within Novell is now ODF, the default in OpenOffice 2.0. Take it from an average Joe who creates, sends and receives a lot of documents, internally and externally … ODF works as advertised.

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1 Comment

  1. By:Robert

    I agree, it works. I am an average Joe myself, i.e. no IT skills, but work with OpenOffice since five years without problems.ODF makes it even better