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Xml spy ver5.3 how do I print the schema

Posted on 2004-08-26
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I would like to pint out all the element and attributes in the schema so I can tell what is in it.
I see it in the "help" Generate documentation but it don't show me how to do it.
Please help

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To create schema documentation:

1. Select the menu option Schema design | Generate documentation.
2. Select the Output format, HTML or Word, and confirm with OK.
3. Select the folder and enter the name of HTML file you want to output, in the Save as...
dialog, then click the Save button.

There is options to create diagrams and such in the Generate documentation windoe.

-Ram
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I don't seem to have generate documentation under my menu for Schema Desin how can I add it or turn it on?
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Thanks, I needed to use the pro version not the home version.
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