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Analyze XML data with Excel 2002


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Analyze XML data with Excel 2002

Excel 2002 lets you open and analyze an XML file as a native Excel file. You can use all of Excel's analysis tools, including pivot tables and pivot charts, with XML data.

To open an XML file, go to File | Open, and select XML Files from the Files Of Type drop-down list. Navigate to the XML file you want to open, and click Open.

Excel displays XML tags as column headings and lists the data in the rows below the appropriate column headings. For example, in an XML Orders file, every Orders element may have Ship Region as a child element. In the worksheet, Excel represents the child element as the column header /Orders/Ship Region/.

Excel opens XML files as read-only files, so users can't make changes to the original file while analyzing it in Excel.

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