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OpenOffice, Office 2007 get new tools

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Rivals Microsoft Corp. and on Tuesday both released toolkits that support building applications for their competing document file formats and productivity suites.'s toolkit allows developers to add the ability to save documents in Open Document Format for Office Applications (ODF) to a variety of applications.

Meanwhile, Microsoft's kits help companies build applications for its Office 2007 productivity suite, which is based on Open XML, ODF's rival file format. Office 2007 is available to business customers and will be in wide consumer release on Jan. 30.

The ODF Toolkit Project has published an initial version of its toolkit online and is inviting members of the community to add to its development, said Louis Suarez-Potts, community manager for

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