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Old 11-03-2006, 12:58 PM   #1
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Default Importing XML Into Adobe Indesign??

I'm a newbie with Indesign. I have a broad programming background, but this is the first time I've used this program. I am running Indesign CS2 v4.04 and I'm having problems importing my XML. We are creating several catalogs so I went through the template we are using and added place holders then tagged them appropriately for what info they were supposed to reflect.

Well I can see in the tag editor that they are labeled properly. The structure pane has all the elements I want to be imported into my catalog, but when I go to import the XML nothing shows up.

I can drag and drop the elements from the Structure pane, but that isn't going to do any good due to the size of the catalog. Can anyone shed a little light on what I'm doing wrong here?

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