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Michael Champion wrote:
> The Office 2003 version of Excel has extensive XML capabilities -- you
> can save spreadsheets in a default XML schema and load custom XML
> schema-defined XML into Excel. See
> and you might find the book
> http://www.oreilly.com/catalog/officexml/ helpful.
> For pre-2003 versions of Excel, see
Hi Mike - suppose I want to access an Excel spreadsheet as XML in a
program, without loading Excel. Is there an API I could use for this? An
API that would let me save an Excel spreadsheet as XML would be all I need.
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