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Problems XSLT Transformation of XML Data to EXCEL 2000

Does Office Excel 2000 support XSLT transformation of data from XML cause am
having problem when the attachment is opened in the client side if the Excels
version is in Office 2000

and also its works fine if the Office Excel Version 2002 and up

when attachment file is open via browser the data is in a single line of
string in the first row of the excel worksheet
Sep 7 '07 #1
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Glenn Gomez wrote:
Does Office Excel 2000 support XSLT transformation of data from XML cause am
having problem when the attachment is opened in the client side if the Excels
version is in Office 2000

and also its works fine if the Office Excel Version 2002 and up

when attachment file is open via browser the data is in a single line of
string in the first row of the excel worksheet
I am not aware that any version of Excel supports XSLT itself.
Microsoft's XSLT processors are MSXML (which can be used by COM
applications like Internet Explorer or Office, MSXML 5 comes with Office
2003) and XslTransform for .NET 1.x and XslCompiledTransform for .NET
2.0 and later.
This newsgroup is about XML in the .NET framework so I am not sure how
we can help with comparisons of the different versions of Excel and
their use of XSLT. Asking in an Excel group or
microsoft.public.office.xml might make more sense.
--

Martin Honnen --- MVP XML
http://JavaScript.FAQTs.com/
Sep 7 '07 #2

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