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DEFAULT XML VIEWING

Posted on 2012-03-23
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Hello,

     We have a webbased ticket tracking system used in MSIE 8.0.  Attachments sometimes come in .XML format and are simply available by clicking the link.  MSIE will open in a separate window with the XML "raw garble."  You then have to click "Save As", save the .XML file to your local drive then open.  It opens with "MS Infopath" by default.  You can then seeXML data properly.

     My question, is there a way to simply view the XML file as it is, rather than having to go through the steps above?  Thanks.
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If you go to an XML file that's already on your PC, right click, and choose the Open With program, does that affect IE?
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