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  • Blog Post: UOF translator project

    "There is a Chinese curse which says, "May he live in interesting times." Like it or not, we live in interesting times." - Robert F. Kennedy, 1966 Most historians now doubt whether there was ever any such curse. But its enduring popularity has made such questions irrelevant. To paraphrase Voltaire...
  • Blog Post: Beijing Open XML Workshop

    This week I had a chance to see firsthand why China is becoming a force to be reckoned with in software development. The caliber of the attendees at the Open XML workshop in Beihang University was very high, and their questions were very interesting. We had many attendees who have read significant portions...
  • Blog Post: Bi-Directional text in Open XML

    If you need to generate documents in Arabic or Hebrew, or other less common RTL (right-to-left) scripts such as Syriac or Urdu, you'll find some very useful information in a new article on OpenXmlDeveloper: "Bi-directional Text in WordprocessingML" by Godha G. N. Godha's article covers the basics...
  • Blog Post: Wrapping up 2006

    I'm taking a few days off for the New Year celebration, and I hope you are too. The work will still be there next week, I'm sure. Meanwhile, here are a couple of links that Open XML developers may find interesting during this otherwise quiet week ... Peking University recently released a program to...
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