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It's a very busy Patch Tuesday for Windows users: 14 bulletins covering 34 serious security vulnerabilities in Internet Explorer, Microsoft Windows, Microsoft Office, Silverlight, Microsoft XML Core Services and Server Message Block
Office Mobile on Windows Mobile 5 and 6 phones can now handle Microsoft's controversial Office Open XML format
C|Net's Elsa Wenzel has an early look at Mac Office 2008 from Microsoft's Mac Business Unit today with the first screenshots I've seen that show where the suite is headed. Noticeably absent is any sign of the Ribbon-driven UI introduced in the core applications on Office 2007 for Windows. The Mac Business Unit has publicly announced that support for the new Office XML-based document formats will be made available later this year for users of the current Mac Office and it will be baked into the new release.
The Mac platform isn't the only operating system affected by the new Office 2007 open XML file formats. Users of mobile devices running Windows Mobile, Palm, Symbian, and BlackBerry operating systems also will have trouble reading, editing, and creating documents using the new formats. Developers are working on fixes, but at this time no system is working with the new formats.
Microsoft says Windows Mobile, Office for Mac won't be compatible with XML formats until next year.
Batch convert AFP to PDF, PS, XML, HTML, RTF, TXT, BMP, PNG, JPG, TIF, GIF, PCX, PSD, FAX, PCL, PBM, PGM, PNM, PPM via hot folder on...
Microsoft is warning of a new critical vulnerability in its XML Core Services 4.0 that can be exploited as an ActiveX control in Internet Explorer (all versions) though it does not affect Windows Vista.
In what may be the first time Microsoft has adopted a pure open-source approach for a product, the company reveals the code for its Windows Installer XML software.
KioWare Lite is kiosk mode software designed to lockdown Windows devices, securing the OS, home screen and browser. This is a demo...
Want to create a Windows application that lets your user edit and view structured data locally without connecting to a remote database? XML is the answer.
Software maker Adobe Systems on Tuesday released the next version of its InDesign page design and layout software, an area in which the company is fighting to grab market share from leader Quark. Version 2.0 of InDesign, written for the new Windows XP and Mac OS X operating systems, includes numerous enhancements such as support for XML Web functions and tie-ins to Adobe's Photoshop software. OS X compatibility could give Adobe at least a temporary edge over privately held Quark, which dominates the layout software market with its XPress package. Late last year, Quark began beta testing version 5.0 of QuarkXPress, including a version tailored for OS X. The final version will go on sale this quarter, according to a Quark representative. InDesign 2.0 is priced at $699 for the full version, or $99 for those upgrading from the previous version. --David Becker, Special to ZDNet News
Company bets on XML and networks by Tony Waltham3 July 2000 - 'As big as the transition from DOS to Windows," was how Microsoft chairman and chief software architect, Bill Gates, characterised the software giant's plans to deploy a new platform called .NET (pronounced "dot-net") that would enable software as a service across the Internet to PCs and devices.
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