Today, XML is probably the most popular open markup language for sharing structured data across various information systems, especially on the World Wide Web. Nonetheless, despite being well suited for purely programmatic usage, a typical XML file with a moderately complex structure is quite hard to read because of the entanglement of multi-level tags with bits of information scattered across the document. If you work with XML files and need to be able to quickly look through XML data and convert them into more common text formats, Advanced XML Converter is your top choice!
Possessing a simple and intuitive interface, this software converts XML files into HTML, CSV, DBF and XLS formats. You can manually select the tag to be converted and set various formatting options for the output file. Advancer XML Converter supports drag-n-drop, sorting by any field and instant preview of the output data. Microsoft Excel users will appreciate the ability to convert XML files into XLS for subsequent analysis or proofreading.
Advanced XML Converter will be extremely useful for anyone having to deal with large amounts of XML data. Their analysis will become manifold easier and time spent on data analysis will be drastically reduced. Give it a try to discover that working with XML files is as simple as 1-2-3!
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