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TC46 - Open XML Paper Specification (OpenXPS)

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Overview:

The Standard was completed in April 2009 and officially adopted by the Ecma General Assembly in June 2009 as Standard ECMA-388. This Standard is freely downloadable on the Ecma public website.

A presentation introducing the XML Paper Specification, as of June 2009, is downloadable here in PPT format and here in XPS format. A White Paper with a more complete introduction and a summary of the committee work is available here in PDF format and here in XPS format.

Final draft 1.6 (April 2009)

This final draft 1.6 reflects the version of the Standard which will be submitted to the June 2009 Ecma General Assembly for vote; it is available in PDF format and XPS format (© Ecma International 2009 - All rights reserved).

Working draft 1.5 (March 2009)

This working draft reflects the current state of development; it is available in PDF format and XPS format (© Ecma International 2009 - All rights reserved). These drafts include tracking of substantive changes from the 1.4 draft.

The TC46 issues list, setting out the deficiencies identified in the standard and the status of any corrective action at the time of publication of draft 1.5, is available in XLS format.

Working draft 1.4 (January 2009)

This working draft reflects the current state of development; it is available in PDF format and XPS format (© Ecma International 2009 - All rights reserved). These drafts include tracking of substantive changes from the 1.3 draft.

The TC46 issues list, setting out the deficiencies identified in the standard and the status of any corrective action at the time of publication of draft 1.4, is available in XLS format.

Working draft 1.3 (November 2008)

This working draft reflects the current state of development; it is available in PDF format and XPS format (© Ecma International 2008 - All rights reserved). These drafts include tracking of substantive changes from the 1.2 draft.

The TC46 issues list, setting out the deficiencies identified in the standard and the status of any corrective action at the time of publication of draft 1.3, is available in XLS format.

Working draft 1.2 (June 2008)

This working draft reflects the current state of development; it is available in PDF format and XPS format (© Ecma International 2008 - All rights reserved). These drafts include tracking of substantive changes from the 1.1 draft.

The TC46 issues list, setting out the deficiencies identified in the standard and the status of any corrective action at the time of publication of draft 1.2, is available in XLS format.

Working draft 1.1 (February 2008)

This working draft reflects the current state of development as at the close of the 3rd TC46 meeting at Las Vegas in January 2008.  It is available in PDF format and XPS format (© Ecma International 2008 - All rights reserved). These drafts include tracking of substantive changes from the 1.0.1 draft.

The TC46 issues list, setting out the deficiencies identified in the standard and the status of any corrective action at the time of publication of draft 1.1, is also available in PDF format and XPS format.

Working draft 1.0.1 (September 2007)

This working draft 1.0.1 "XML Paper Specification" submitted to Ecma TC46 by Microsoft in September 2007 is available in PDF format and XPS format (© Ecma International 2008 - All rights reserved).

This document is "a work in progress". It is the starting point of discussions within Ecma Technical Committee TC46. It was adapted from the original XPS specification as published by Microsoft, to match standards editing style guidelines more closely, especially in the area of distinguishing between normative and informative text.

A number of formatting and textual issues remain to be addressed, as well as the bulk of the work of TC46 in amending the text to meet the scope and goals of the committee. Comments on this draft are very welcome; this early version is provided to enable the consistent use of clause and subclause references in those comments.

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