how to print the XML document in IE 5.0

Matthew Sergeant (EML) Matthew.Sergeant at
Mon Mar 29 10:46:23 BST 1999

> -----Original Message-----
> From:	Derek Denny-Brown [SMTP:derekdb at]
> Not to be picky, but... The "Save-As" option in IE5 for XML documents
> _does_
> save the XML.
You can be even pickier if you like - the entire email below was incorrect,
and I appologise. I think this was the case for the betas though (that's
probably wrong too!).

Still, Mozilla's view source is nicer 'cos it's syntax highlighted...

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> -----Original Message-----
> From: Matthew Sergeant (EML) [mailto:Matthew.Sergeant at]
> It appears that IE5 converts internally to HTML (with the XSL style
> sheet),
> so the answer is that you can't. Even a save to disk saves the HTML AFAIK.
> Try using Mozilla - it does things right, and displays XML+XSL remarkably
> well considering it's at least 6 months away from release.
> > -----Original Message-----
> > From:	Kevin Hsu [SMTP:shyutz at]
> > 
> > Can anyone tell me how to print the XML document as I see on the screen
> in
> > IE 5.0, thanks in advance.

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