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Posted on 2013-11-14
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I have the attached xml file that I uploaded that I attempted to import and source into excel.  It loads but does not allow me to save or export as an xml file.

can someone assist or modify the file to work?
A47162-DeductiblePaymentsInfoCon.xml
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by:Steven Harris
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Which version of Excel?

How are you trying to save the file?

After import, I can Save As: XML Spreadsheet 2003 with no issues.
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by:RDLFC
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I tried it with 2013 and 2007.  Do you know what limits the schema to working only with 2003?
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When I open the file, I am warned that there is no schema data, so Excel is creating the schema on it's own.  While I am not an expert with XML, I do know that when his issue arises, you can save in XML Spreadsheet 2003 format but no XML Data format.
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was not exactly what i was looking for.
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