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Attaching XML Schemas

If you save a Word document as an XML document, Word uses an XML schema named WordML. The schema applies XML tags that define the document’s file properties and structure (such as paragraphs, headings, and tables) as well as formatting and layout information. In addition, you can attach any custom XML schema to an XML document while working in Word. When you save the document, both the Word schema and the custom attached XML schema are attached to the document by default. To attach an XML schema to a document, choose Tools, Templates And Add-Ins, and then click the XML Schema tab. Figure 16-13 shows the XML Schema tab with two available XML schemas. You can add schemas to the list of available schemas (click Add Schema) as well as select which schemas you want to attach to the current XML file (select and clear the check boxes next to the names of available schemas). For a complete discussion about using Word’s XML features, see Chapter 29, “Working with XML”


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