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Appendix B. The XSLT You Need for Office

Appendix B. The XSLT You Need for Office

XSLT plays a huge role in Office 2003. This book contains numerous examples of XSLT stylesheets for use in Word, Excel, InfoPath, and Access. Since proficiency in XSLT is a prerequisite for understanding much that's in this book, your best bet (if you don't already know XSLT) is to pick up one of the excellent books on XSLT that are already available. Here are some good books to choose from for learning XSLT:

  • Michael Fitzgerald, Learning XSLT (O'Reilly)

  • Jeni Tennison, Beginning XSLT (Wrox)

  • Michael Kay, XSLT Programmer's Reference (Wrox)

  • Doug Tidwell, XSLT (O'Reilly)

  • G. Ken Holman, Definitive XSLT and XPath (Prentice Hall)

  • John E. Simpson, XPath and XPointer (O'Reilly)

  • Sal Mangano, XSLT Cookbook, (O'Reilly)


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