OpenXPS Ecma-388 1st edition 'No support for Windows 7 at this time'

The 97th General Assembly of Ecma International, held in Budapest in June, approved the Open XML Paper Specification, OpenXPS, as an Ecma Standard: Ecma-388 1st Edition. But it couldn’t include support for Windows 7, revealed “We don’t have any plans to announce at this time regarding support for OpenXPS (unfortunately, with the public Release Candidate […]

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The 97th General Assembly of Ecma International, held in Budapest in June, approved the Open XML Paper Specification, OpenXPS, as an Ecma Standard: Ecma-388 1st Edition. But it couldn’t include support for Windows 7, revealed “We don’t have any plans to announce at this time regarding support for OpenXPS (unfortunately, with the public Release Candidate already available, OpenXPS was too late for Windows 7) but Microsoft does see OpenXPS as a key foundation for the printing and document ecosystem and is very pleased to see the format emerge as a formal standard. We’re looking forward to working across industry to see how best to update the ecosystem to OpenXPS.”

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