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Re: MS office XML

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  • Subject: Re: MS office XML
  • From: Justin Lipton <justin@n...>
  • Date: Fri, 25 Oct 2002 08:16:43 +1000
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Re:  MS office XML
Does anyone know or have ideas about what XML enabled Office 11 actually 

I can't imagine Office having a concept of validity and behaving like a 
true XML editor.
It's easier to envisage  being allowed to define tags (like styles) and 
markup text such that the output document can be appropriately tagged. I 
just can't see it properly handling IDs, IDREFS, ENTITIES, encoding etc. 

There is a hint of this in the following article

Am I being too cynical?


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