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Posted 24 Jul 2001

Using XML, XSL, DHTML and Javascript in your Windows applications

, 24 Jul 2001 CDDL
This article shows how to dynamically create XML documents, transform these using XSL and then displays the resulting HTML into a browser control. Also demonstrates using HTML and images from resources.

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