Measuring Office Format Compatibility with Acrobat 9 - Contents Oddities

By eWEEK Labs  |  Posted 2008-06-06 Print this article Print

There was another odd, though slight, inconsistency in the document's table of contents: rendered 146 periods between the section name and page number, while Office rendered 145 periods.

When considering alternatives to Microsoft's Office productivity suite, one of the most important issues to evaluate is how well Office rivals can handle Microsoft's ubiquitous binary file formats. eWEEK Labs used Adobe Acrobat 9's Compare Documents feature to help measure's handling of Microsoft Office formats.

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