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On 2012-03-31 21:49, Mark Stanton wrote:
and yes, Google claims to have found more than 65,000 results ;)
Yes, as I said, I've been looking, and I found lots of "results", but

But bottom-line will be, convert the XML to CSV or Excel or .... ;)
You seem to agree with me that, no, there isn't a way.

Since XML is a wau of structuring data, just like a database is, then this
seems to be a glaring omission, so glaring I couldn't believe it.

Mark Stanton
One small step for mankind...
I import XML into calc with an import filter, then it is possible to use it as a data source. The import filter is not hard to configure but if there was a wizard for the import it would open XML import to a much wider audience.

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