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Searching a XSL-file to transform docbook.xml to word.xml or openoffice.xml

 
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Hi,

does anybody know where I can find a (free) XSL-file which transforms my xml-source (docbook.dtd) to a wordxml- or openofficexml-document?

I think there should be already some examples available?!

Hopefully somebody has a good advice,
I would appreciate your help,
thanks,
Robert.
 
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does anybody know where I can find a (free) XSL-file which transforms my xml-source (docbook.dtd) to a wordxml- or openofficexml-document?

my xml-source, are these industry standards ?
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That sounds like the kind of thing the OpenOffice people are very active in. You should browse around their web site and user groups.
Bill
 
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Hi!

Well, you're right, there is some information on the openoffice-website and I could download a xsl-file.

Let's see how it will work ...

Thanks,
Robert.
 
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