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OpenOffice and Symphony are compatible with the Open Document Format, an industry standard that allows programs from different developers to read each other's documents and preserve typefaces, paragraphs, indents, tabs, bullets, numbering and so forth. Both free suites also support the proprietary but widely copied formats that Microsoft used in its basic Office products until the 2007 version.

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