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May 06, 2009

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Arnd Layer

I think the real problem is not so much around standards. As mentioned, the formula syntax is available and going to be a standard with ODF 1.2.

The real problem is MS intentionally breaking compatibility. It was not that they didn't know better. This is bad for their customers and bad for open standards. It is being done in order to harm ODF.

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