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RE: Common Word Processing Format

server based wordprocessor
Combining two of Lens points
On Fri, 2005-12-02 at 13:36 -0600, Bullard, Claude L (Len) wrote:
> Given a market of server-side components,

> It is evident that the market for the highly complex 
> and costly word processing tools is shrinking. 

Then add that to the fact that 80% of office (Writer |Word) users
only ever use 20% of the functionality,

The provision of a server based office tool that users can't mess with
(easy on support costs) starts to look inviting?

That way even if it is WYSIWYG, the organisation can enforce styles
generating regular, usable XML from styled content is easy, never mind


Dave Pawson
XSLT + Docbook FAQ


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