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Title: "A Comparative Study for Open Document Formats"
Authors: R. Mohamed Abdel Azim Project Manager, eContent program, Ministry of Communication & Information Technology (MCIT), Cairo, Egypt
H. Farouk Ali eContent Initiative Director, eContent program, Ministry of Communication & Information Technology (MCIT), Cairo, Egypt
Publication Date: August 24 2006
Free/Fee: Free Access
Reads: 4669
Abstract: Many technical specifications that are sometimes considered standards are proprietary rather than being open, and are only available under restrictive contract terms (if they can be obtained at all) from the organization that owns the copyright for the specification. In this paper, we present a comparative study for the most common open document format, OASIS Open Document Format and Microsoft OXML
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