One of the benefits of being a student is getting Office 365. I also have Office 2010 so that leaves me with bot Office 2010 and 2016.
Recently I tried to save a Excel file in OOXML Strict and confront my 2010 edition Excel with it.
The hilarious thing is the following image:
So my Office 2010 should be able to open the Strict OOXml without problems (with this some month old file it actually does). But why is Microsoft frightening the enduser? The best thing is the linked page (from the dialog in the first picture) “Support for Office 2003 has ended“. If you need the converter, it can be found here. UPDATE:Removed link as it broke my Office 2016!!!!
And finally the sentence you were waiting for: Waaait, Office 2010 can open the OOXML strict standard, but not the file saved with Office 2016 with “OOXML strict”. So the “OOXML strict” is not Standard (or there is a biiig bug in Office 2010, which prevents interoperability)…..
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Hier ist ein Auszug:
Ein New York City U-Bahnzug fasst 1.200 Menschen. Dieses Blog wurde in 2015 etwa 5.400 mal besucht. Um die gleiche Anzahl von Personen mit einem New York City U-Bahnzug zu befördern wären etwa 5 Fahrten nötig.
Just a small update: Downloading works now –> PASTEBIN (Do not worry, this is not the final UI 😉 )
I am still thinking whether to code the UI in JavaFX or Swing. Anyway, I am thinking of a tabbed UI
“Download” –> Downloading
“Install” –> Installation
“Manage” –> Create shortcuts & delete installations (on Windows a “Try to fix problems” (which installs the MS C++ redistributables shipped with the current version). I think IN VERY FUTURE VERSIONS Jay’s cleanup script would be nice to implement