This month, users will receive the second service pack for Office 2007. The official blog on the updates for Windows Server, a record that Service Pack 2 is scheduled for April. Typically, when Microsoft releases updates for users of Windows Server (and it is mainly large companies), they are about the same time will be available to other Windows users via Microsoft Update. The second service pack for MS Office 2007 will expand support for ODF and PDF. After installing Service Pack 2 users will be able to choose a format like ODF format, which by default will be the preservation of documents, spreadsheets and presentations. In addition, users can choose a format preserving the default PDF or XPS (the latter is similar to PDF, developed by Microsoft). Currently, support for ODF and PDF in MS Office 2007 is implemented through additions. The program is not possible to directly open the ODF file and saving it to work with them using a special converter. Among other improvements SP2 can be noted acceleration of the Outlook 2007 and the opportunity to uninstall service packs. In addition, the update will include all the security update released since the SP1 in December 2007.