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Posted 18 Jul 2006

Learning WordML Basics

, 18 Jul 2006
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Introduction to WordML



Learning WORDML - Part 1
What is WordML?
MS-Word 2003 has a facility to store the word documents in the XML Formats.
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A sample XML with just a single line message
<?xml version="1.0"?>
            <w:t>Have a Great Day Ahead</w:t>
The first line is to mention the XML Version
WordDocument xmlns:w - Defines the Schema for the XML
<w:body> - Body of the Word Document
<w:p> - Paragraph 
<w:r > - Run
<w:t> - Text
Text,Run and Paragraph are the three basic elements of the WordML Document.
When you open the same XML in Word it looks like this.
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This is just to give an idea on WordML. In the coming days would explain and deal with exciting features of WORDML
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Umanath Selvan



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