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Recordings now available for May 10 and 12 webinars about DOCX risks - Ant-like Persistence

Recordings now available for May 10 and 12 webinars about DOCX risks

Hello readers!  On Wednesday, May 10, 2023 I presented a webinar about the malpractice risks of e-filing a patent application in DOCX format under the USPTO’s DOCX initiative, for those who use Microsoft Word.  On Friday, May 12, 2023 I presented a webinar about the malpractice risks of e-filing a patent application in DOCX format under the USPTO’s DOCX initiative, for those who use non-Microsoft word processors.

The webinars got recorded, and the recordings have now been edited into usable format for later viewing.  You can see the May 10 recording here (1:29 in length) and you can download the presentation materials here.  You can see the May 12 recording here (1:10 in length) and you can download the presentation materials here.

11 Replies to “Recordings now available for May 10 and 12 webinars about DOCX risks”

  1. Dear Carl, based on sheet 20 it seems one concern is not about the use of DOCX per se but about how the USPTO intends to process the document and create a filing receipt. I think it would be useful if you could share some examples of the same DOCX looking different without any conversion. So an example of opening the same DOCX file (same hash or bit-identical file) on different computers and looking significantly different. As I assume (but are not 100% certain) that you are not talking about a DOCX file looking different on a display simply if you open it on a computer with a different display resolution or the like.

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