Microsoft releases simple XML tool

Budding XML developers will want to check out Microsoft's first standalone XML tool, the XML Notepad. Designed as an Explorer-like application, the XML Notepad graphically represents the tree structure of XML data, allowing you to spend more time creating your XML applications and less time worrying about the new, and sometimes confusing, XML syntax.

The XML Notepad is available from the Microsoft XML Notepad Web site. It requires Internet Explorer 4.01 with Service Pack 1 or Internet Explorer 5.0 Preview Release

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