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XML in Office 2003: Information Sharing with Desktop XML by Priscilla Walmsley, Charles F. Goldfarb

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Chapter 4. Creating and editing XML documents Word Power User Task

  • Creating and using schemas

  • Opening a document

  • Validation

  • Working with attributes

  • Saving a document

  • Combining documents

This chapter describes how to use Word to create and edit XML documents. We don’t include WordML documents in this category because Word treats them just like .doc or RTF documents – as native Word documents.[1]

Skills required

Skills required

Experience using Microsoft Word to perform basic tasks such as creating and editing documents.

Creating and using schemas

The real power of XML lies in using a vocabulary that describes the meaning of the document, not its outward appearance. For example, ...

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