XML Support in Office System 2003

A key highlight of the Professional Edition of Office 2003 is the extensive support for Extensible Markup Language (XML). Essentially, the Professional Edition allows Office documents such as Word and Excel to be exported and bound to XML documents. The XML can be either tagged with Microsoft's own schema, or individual components of the Office document can be bound to specific XML Schema elements. In addition to XML support in standard Office applications, particularly Word, Excel, and Access, InfoPath 2003 (a new application available either as a standalone application or as part of the Office Professional Enterprise License), provides extensive support for XML and Web services. Apart from InfoPath, XML support ...

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