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Word 2003 XML Schema

Postby Yong » Thu, 04 Nov 2004 04:33:18 GMT

Hi,

Is there an official or unofficial Word 2003 XML schema 
posted somewhere.

thanks
Yong

Re: Word 2003 XML Schema

Postby Cindy M -WordMVP- » Wed, 10 Nov 2004 21:58:28 GMT

Hi Yong, 

Yes, I believe you can find it in the Office section of the 
MSDN site (microsoft.com)

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