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    XML editor

    Hi folks,

    Does anyone know of a good free XML editor please?

    Notepad++ is free but it doesn't format the XML very well I want the tree format and doesn't show the elements as nested or allow expanding/collapsing etc (like Internet Explorer does)

    So does anyone have a good one that they know of?

    Thanks

    John
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    http://stackoverflow.com/questions/7...tml-in-notepad
    might be what you are looking for
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    I use XML Notepad https://xmlnotepad.codeplex.com/
    You can download here: http://www.lovettsoftware.com/downlo...pad/readme.htm

    It's very useful, you can edit, add and delete nodes, etc. easily

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    Thanks Alfred
    Download Microsoft XML Notepad (requires .NET 4.0).??
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    Thanks mate but i can't seem to download the plug in for notepad++ here. Security
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    Quote Originally Posted by mdalton View Post
    John, try XML Copy Editor: http://xml-copy-editor.sourceforge.net/
    I love it, thanks
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    Hi I'm using editix : http://editix-xml-editor-for-windows.soft112.com/
    Just perfect for my use.
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    HI I use xml pad - sorry I cannot remember the url I got it from.
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