How can I view locally(meaning my website is not yet publish on the internet), a certain file with extensions of .docx, .pptx, .ppt and .doc? Is there any libraries which i can call on my website like jquery? Please help.. thank you

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Does php copy() function can convert a certain file format, let say for example file.pptx convert to file.odp, is it possible?

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I am running Excel 2007 on Windows 7 Ultimate Edition 64-bit. I was sent a spreadsheet which uses the earlier Excel format (97 to 2003). I can open and edit it fine, but when I save I get a message saying that I am using features which are not compatible with that file format. All I did was bold my font and change its color to navy blue in each cell that I added. I was told to do this in order to distinguish my cells from the cells of my co-workers. I think it's something else though, because I've …

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Microsoft it was disclosed today will become a sponsor of the Apache Software Foundation, forking over US$100,000 a year for theprivilege . In return, Redmond will gain access to the [URL=http://poi.apache.org/]Apache POI[/URL] project, a Java port of file formats of Microsoft's Office suite of applications. Based on Microsoft's history, I have my suspicions about the company's motives. Yes, it's been exhibiting a more open stance of late, but the sting of its exclusionary practices and once-closed file formats remains. But Microsoft has been moving toward opening its formats recently, and I'm willing to believe the move is yet another effort …

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Here's a story that didn't get much play on the wire services. Microsoft on June 30 published [URL=http://msdn.microsoft.com/en-us/library/cc203350.aspx]format specifications[/URL] for Office binary files as well as protocol documentation for Office 2007, Exchange Server 2007, Outlook 2007, Office SharePoint Server 2007 and SQL Server 2005. According to the company, the move is intended to permit "software developers, business partners and competitors [to] better interact with these Microsoft products or invent new solutions for customers." Redmond's so-called open connections version 1.0 is posted as thousands of pages of new technical documentation, the binary file formats cover those for Word, Excel and PowerPoint …

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The End.