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XML and Excel


This article has only scratched the surface of what XML is and what its possibilities are. For example I haven't addressed the information sharing options XML offers: it greatly eases the re-use of data across platforms. Below I have collected some resources with more information on XML.





Extensible Stylesheets

About Excel and XML


Professional Excel development
By Stephen Bullen, Rob Bovey and John Green
Published by Addison-Wesley, februari 2005.
ISBN: 0321262506


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Comment by: JackL (10-2-2009 05:53:42)

Thanks for an excellent article.


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