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preserve new line then saving xml

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Hi,
I use a custom defined schema to apply some xml tags in the Word Document.
Then I save the file as XML file(data only). However, if there are several
paragraphs in one XML tag, the new lines are not preserved in the result
xml.
How can I preserve the new lines in the result xml file?
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This can help you maybe since Word 2003 not seeing new lines is a known "bug".

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