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I have to open and parse a document file (97 format)
but I didn't find the specification file on the web.
Can anyone help me?
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Yes, try www.wotsit.org.

You will find all there.
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"The binary interchange file format (BIFF) is the file format in which Microsoft Office programs save files on disk. Availability of these specifications is subject to approval by Microsoft and acceptance of a licensing agreement. For more information or to submit a request for the binary interchange file format specifications, send e-mail to officeff@microsoft.com."

Microsoft® Office Binary File Format Specifications
http://msdn.microsoft.com/isapi/msdnlib.idc?theURL=/library/officedev/ofbiff9/ofbiff9.htm
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I wanted to give the points to the first man who answered me but I didn't succede.
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