3.5.2 Application and Versions

By using Microsoft Excel 2010 or Microsoft Office Excel 2007 Service Pack 2, users can create, open, or save spreadsheet files that conform to the OpenDocument format, as described in [ODF] and pursuant to the implementation notes that are cited in section 3.5.4 of this document.

By using Microsoft Excel 2013 and later, users can open spreadsheet files that conform to the OpenDocument format, as described in [ODF] and create, open, or save spreadsheet files that conform to the OpenDocument format, as described in [ODF1.2], and pursuant to the implementation notes that are cited in section 3.5.4 of this document. By using Excel 2013 and later, if a document file that conforms to the OpenDocument format, as described in [ODF] is modified, it will be saved as the OpenDocument format, as described in [ODF1.2].

By using Microsoft Excel 2021 and later, users can open spreadsheet files that conform to the OpenDocument format, as described in [ODF] and [ODF1.2], and create, open, or save spreadsheet files that conform to the OpenDocument format, as described in [ODF1.3], and pursuant to the implementation notes that are cited in section 3.5.4 of this document. By using Excel 2021 and later, if a document file that conforms to the OpenDocument format, as described in [ODF] and [ODF1.2], and is modified, it will be saved as the OpenDocument format, as described in [ODF1.3].

By using Microsoft Excel 2024 Preview and later, users can open spreadsheet files that conform to the OpenDocument format, as described in [ODF] and [ODF1.2], [ODF1.3], and create, open, or save spreadsheet files that conform to the OpenDocument format, as described in [ODF1.4], and pursuant to the implementation notes that are cited in section 3.5.4 of this document. By using Excel 2024 Preview and later, if a document file that conforms to the OpenDocument format, as described in [ODF], [ODF1.2], and [ODF1.3], and is modified, it will be saved as the OpenDocument format, as described in [ODF1.4].