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Map Excel table to existing XML file

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I've an Excel sheet with some address data and want to map the rows to a predefined XML structure.
Since the target XML is quite complicated (several addresses within one country block etc.), I'm looking for a way to graphically map from Excel to XML.
Is Stylus Studio the right tool and how to start?
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Hi

Not very sure about Stylus Studio.

Just thought you might find these links helpful:

http://www.rustemsoft.com/XMLConverter.asp
http://msdn.microsoft.com/en-us/library/aa203727(office.11).aspx

Cheers
P.K.
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