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I need to produce an XML document from VB6, is there a standard way of doing this?
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Produce it from what?
Data obtained from somewhere I imagine - that you can access already without problem?

The microsoft xml parser is commonly used to do this.
Just one example of which is in an article here
http://www.xml.com/pub/a/2000/07/12/vbasic/example.html
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