problem creating XML file in Access 2013

this is what I get<infoTable xmlns="">
The requirement is that there be no name space tags on any elements.
code.txt
test2.inftab.xml
durickAsked:
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Fernando SotoRetiredCommented:
Hi durick;

If you do not want any namespace in the document then try removing these lines from your code.

'eleInformationTable.setAttribute "xsi:schemaLocation", "http://www.sec.gov/edgar/document/thirteenf/informationtable eis_13FDocument.xsd"
eleInformationTable.setAttribute "xmlns", "http://www.sec.gov/edgar/document/thirteenf/informationtable"
'eleInformationTable.setAttribute "xmlns:n1", "http://www.sec.gov/edgar/document/thirteenf/informationtable"
eleInformationTable.setAttribute "xmlns:xsi", "http://www.w3.org/2001/XMLSchema-instance"

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durickAuthor Commented:
does not explain the - <infoTable xmlns=""> entries
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Fernando SotoRetiredCommented:
The question states, "The requirement is that there be no name space tags on any elements.", but yet the root node does have a namespace associated with it.

From your last post, "does not explain the - <infoTable xmlns=""> entries", this statement from your code,

eleInfoTable = docDocument.CreateElement("infoTable")

which uses a single string as a parameter does not insert a namespace into the node. I would look at your code again and make sure you are not using the one with two string parameters of which the second one would be the namespace.
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