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Collapsible XML Viewer without the tags?

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I have a large number of XML files that all I am really interested in seeing is the data itself in a collapsible format without the XML tags.  Is there a tool, applet, viewer, etc. available to do this, or do I need to write my own asp/php page to do this?
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I've used this tool in web pages: Animated Tree Control 5.0

http://www.carpathia.ro/

It's not very hard to come up with the HTML to make this work.


There may be better (but similar) tools.

I used XSL to make the HTML with the tree control.
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