• OOXML Moves Past Appeals Towards Publication For better or for worse, you can’t keep Microsoft’s Office Open XML down.  The International Organization for Standardization (ISO) has rejected appeals from Brazil, India, South Africa, and Venezuela, and approved the format as an international standard. Opponents don’t have to take the development as a complete defeat; in a …
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  • Quark XML Author 3.0 For Microsoft Word On The Way Microsoft Word is ubiquitous.  Pretty much every computer – even when you take Macs into consideration – has the program onboard.  So XML professionals – along with people who aren’t quite experts – may be happy to know that Quark XML Author 3.0 for Microsoft Word will soon be released. …
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  • Quark, EMC Look At XML Authoring And Microsoft Word A skilled construction crew might be able to build houses using 16th-century techniques, and there’s a fair market for clothing that’s created by hand.  At the same time, though, it’s generally accepted that modern tools and conveniences are good things, and the integration of Quark XML Author with EMC’s Documentum …
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  • Microsoft to Remove XML Support from Word In a previous patch for MS Office, Microsoft removed support for custom XML according to an article from Computerworld. This is a result of an injunction i4i won against Microsoft. It prevents Microsoft from selling Word with custom XML support. Microsoft is currently working on a Mac update for Office …
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