Officeshots is an online service where professionals can compare the outputs of different office suites for their own documents. A document may look nice on screen while being manipulated in its native application, but if the exchange formats are not implemented correctly, it might look like a sloppy mess to the person receiving it. Officeshots helps prevent this by comparing the outputs and other behavior of a wide variety of applications. The Officeshots API makes these functions available programmatically using XML-RPC calls.
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