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XML/XSL/HTML Editors

 
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Does anyone know where to get an XML/XSL/HTML editor that would take the xml and the xsl and show what it would look like in html?
 
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I have found xmlspy to be pretty decent. You can download a trial version from http://xmlspy.com/
 
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I have tried out excelon stylus studio.
Its good. you can get the evaluation copy on www.stylustudio.com
Regards,
Amol Bapat.
 
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XML spy is a really good editor. Try it.
 
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Thanks Everyone... I downloaded both and I am checking them out now to see which I like better.
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