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Anybody know how to convert xml file into txt file or read the file into txt file using VB6?
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What should the text file contain?

I hope you know that XML files are text files. If you want the content as it is, just open and read...

If you need any kind of formatting (more of a report from XML data ) you may use XSLT transformation.

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XML files are usualy UTF* encoded UNICODE. if you want to convert it to ascii , be aware, that most XML parsers, won't be able to parse it afterwards.
if you need assistance reading UNICODE in VB here is a KB article in MS
http://support.microsoft.com/kb/193540

good luck

Yotam
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