XSL for use in MS Word

Discussion in 'XML' started by zach.taylor.12@gmail.com, Sep 7, 2006.

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    Can anyone give me advice on the following? I need to create an XSLT to

    display some XML data in MS Word.

    I have tried using Dreamweaver to create the XSL. When I try to apply
    the XSL by using "Open with Transform," word tries to validate the XSL
    and complains about the xsl:stylesheet elements
    that dreamweaver inserts at the top of the XSL... the elements that
    handle things like <!ENTITY nbsp " ">.


    Can you suggest a way to handle this problem?
    --A way to turn off the XSL validation, or some other solution?
    --Is there a better WYSIWYG XSL development tool?


    Thanks!


    Zach
    , Sep 7, 2006
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