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Part: IX Appendixes > Introduction to XML

Introduction to XML

XML stands for Extensible Markup Language. As you might guess from its name, XML is closely tied to HTML (the language behind Web pages), and both look very similar. As a matter of fact, all XML code resides inside HTML code, so without HTML, XML would not be possible.


Even XML support inside of Office 2003 is still not as complete as some would prefer, but Microsoft has made it clear that XML support will certainly be with Office and will play a role in each succeeding version.


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