Adobe InDesign 2.0
Using XML in Adobe InDesign
xtensible Markup Language (XML) is a text ﬁle You can export the contents of an InDesign document
E format that lets you reuse content—text, table
data, and graphics—in a variety of applications
and media. One advantage of using XML is that you can
to an XML ﬁle. In addition, you can import the contents
of an XML ﬁles into an InDesign document.
separate form and content. After you add XML tags to
your InDesign document, you can export the contents
to an XML ﬁle. This XML ﬁle can then be reformatted
for any media, including wireless devices, the Web,
eBooks, InDesign® documents, and the printed page.
XML is intended for data exchange, reuse, and p
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