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Chapter 25. Using Word to Develop XML Co... > The Limits of Word's XML Support

The Limits of Word's XML Support

We've covered a lot of ground in this chapter regarding Word's support for and integration with XML. Clearly this integration expands the capability of Word to act as a source of business application data and an integration point for other XML-based resources. Even with all the integration capabilities we've discussed, there are still some limits to what Word can support.

When to Use Microsoft InfoPath or Another Tool Instead of Word

Microsoft InfoPath is a new product in the Microsoft Office System. Microsoft InfoPath was designed with teams and organizations in mind whose main purpose in their job is to collect and use information. Easy creation of powerful input forms that include business logic validation, auto correction, spell checking, and rich-text formatting as a front end to XML data sources are the strength of Microsoft InfoPath.


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