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Carl SjogreenSubject: FAQ: How do I start a stylesheet from an HTML File
Author: Carl Sjogreen
Date: 30 May 2001 02:38 PM
If you want to start a new XSLT stylesheet using an existing HTML file as a starting point, use the HTML Document Wizard.

From the File menu, select Document Wizards and go to the XSLT Editor tab.

Double Click on XSLT from HTML and select your HTML template.


Carl Sjogreen
Product Manager, eXcelon Tools
eXcelon Corporation

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