Corel’s announcement is official: they’ll support input of ODF and M-OOXML next year. I recommend you read this announcement carefully and see how they position the two specs. In my opinion, it is something along the lines of: we’ll support ODF because it is an important open standard that is being widely adopted, and we’ll support M-OOXML because Microsoft will and we want our users to be able to pull their documents into our products.
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