ATX vs microATX

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    There are two types of power supply (socket??) available in the market nowadays. They are ATX and µATX.
    - How are they differing from each other?
    - Are they interchangeable each other?

    Say I have ASRock M3A785M-LE/128M mother board which has µATX form factor while the power supply is ATX, can I use them both/powered the M3A785GM-LE/128M with those ATX power supply?
     
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