Re: Office 2007, XPS, and PDF
Dan Goldstein wrote...^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^
> My understanding of the latest brou-ha-ha is that MS is dropping an
> internal "Save as PDF" option. All the myriad ways that we create PDFs
> from Office files should continue to work fine -- right?
Dan may be spot-on with the ultimate upshot of the breakdown, but the
latest news I heard on Friday was that Adobe and Microsoft have broken
off their talks in how to integrate the ability to create PDFs into the
next version of Microsoft Office. The report I heard (on a podcast from
Kiplinger, I believe) said that Microsoft was anticipating a court
filing by Adobe, but I can't recall if they were expecting Adobe to try
to force inclusion or exclusion of the PDF capability or if it was
simply a disagreement over monetary terms or some other issue.
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RE: Office 2007, XPS, and PDF: From: Nuckols, Kenneth M
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