Documents to Go v10 Adds Office 2007 Support
DataViz has announced the release of Documents To Go Premium Edition 10. The latest version of the Office suite for Palm OS is now the first and only mobile solution to enable users to open and view new Microsoft Word and Excel Office 2007 files in their native format on their Palm OS device. An update which includes full Office 2007 editing support and Windows Vista compatibility will be released later this year.
Microsoft Office 2007, commercially released on January 30, 2007 is the latest version of Microsoft’s productivity suite. It features a new Extensible Markup Language (XML) based file format, Open XML, which simplifies and facilitates universal data exchange between different information systems. Documents To Go Premium Edition 10 is a major upgrade which involves a redesign of the original software program to include support for the new .docx and .xlsx Open XML format in Microsoft Office 2007.
“Version 10 addresses our top customer request which is support for Word & Excel 2007 files,” said Kathleen McAneany, Documents To Go Business Manager, DataViz, Inc. “Our customers are our first priority and we are committed to satisfying their expectations in a timely manner while maintaining a best-of-breed solution.”
A release to include full Office 2007 file editing support for Word, Excel and PowerPoint and support for Microsoft Windows Vista will be available later in the year. Customers who purchase Documents To Go Premium Edition 10 will receive the full Office editing and Windows Vista update at no additional cost.
Documents To Go Premium Edition retails for $49.99 and includes a 30 day free trial. Upgrade pricing of $29.99 is available directly from DataViz for all previous Documents To Go customers, including those who received Documents To Go Professional Edition with their Palm branded device.
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