Friday, August 08, 2003
Microsoft Monitor: Microsoft's Step Up to Customer Confusion
Microsoft Monitor: Microsoft's Step Up to Customer Confusion "Here’s the fundamental problem: Microsoft chose to limit the much hullabalooed Extensible Markup Language (XML) capabilities in four of the six Office 2003 versions. Only Office Professional and Professional Enterprise editions come with the full XML capabilities, which would allow businesses to create custom schemas for manipulating data. The other versions use Microsoft proprietary schemas to save XML, which limit the portability of the data among some other programs, such as competing productivity suites."