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Creating an XML Document

XML (Extensible Markup Language) is a universal language that enables you to create documents in which data is stored independently of the format so you can use the data more seamlessly in other forms. XML is fully supported in Office 2003 through Word, Excel, and Access. XML allows you to work with the familiar Office interface and create and save documents as XML, without ever knowing the XML language. When you work with XML, you can attach an XML Schema—a set of rules that defines the elements and content used in an XML document. XML schemas are created by developers who understand XML. Office 2003 allows you to view, work with, and save XML files. You can also import and export XML data.

Attach a Schema in Word

In Word, click the Tools menu, and then click Templates And Add-Ins.

Click the XML Schema tab.

Click Add Schema.

Locate and select the XML schema file you want to attach, and then click Open.

Select or clear a schema to attach or unattach it.

Click OK.


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