RE: Doc versioning/diffs in Sharepoint

Subject: RE: Doc versioning/diffs in Sharepoint
From: "Claire Conant" <Claire -dot- Conant -at- Digeo -dot- com>
To: <lorraine -at- lorraineflynn -dot- com>, <techwr-l -at- lists -dot- techwr-l -dot- com>
Date: Mon, 12 Feb 2007 13:05:57 -0800

We have MOSS 2007 here. I don't think it compares versions like you are
thinking (as Word would do) but I'm not 100% certain. I know MOSS does
major and minor versioning and if you set a process where people detail
the changes in the version comments, it might be easier to compare

Just my thoughts off the top of my head. (I'm the intranet PM here where
I work.)

Lorraine asks:

My company is currently using ClearCase for document storage and
versioning. This is not a good choice in my opinion. Fine for code but
for documents.

I am looking into SharePoint as an alternative. Does anyone know if
SharePoint allows comparison between different versions of office
documents (most importantly word docs). I know it tracks versions but I
not sure that it does diffs.

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Automatic/Batch Conversion of RTF Files to DOC?: From: Lin Surasky
RE: Automatic/Batch Conversion of RTF Files to DOC?: From: Jonathan West
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