I haven't extensively tested ODF and the Microsoft XML format, and I don't know where the ODF is most heavily adopted. However, to predict what would happen with open formats and Microsoft, we might look back at what happened with Microsoft and Java.
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Java from Sun is "write once, run anywhere" and runs on multiple platforms. Yet, when Microsoft started working with Java, there were problems with that cross-platform ability.
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