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OASIS OpenDocument Essentials

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OASIS OpenDocument Essentials
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Publisher: Lulu.com
ISBN/ASIN: 1411668324
ISBN-13: 9781411668324
Number of pages: 303

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OASIS Open Document Format for Office Applications is an open, XML-based file format, an open standard from the OASIS standards group. OpenDocument covers the features required by office applications: text, spreadsheets, charts, and graphical documents. This book introduces you to the XML that serves as an internal format for office applications.

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