How to convert XML to Excel
This HOWTO demonstrates the ease with which you can
convert XML to Excel using the Exult XML Conversion Wizard.
Before we begin: A snippet of the sample XML to
be converted to Excel is shown on the left and the converted Excel
spreadsheet on the right.
Start up Exult and click Next on the opening screen.
Click "Add" to select XML file to convert. Browse and select the file
to open. Click Next to begin processing.
This screen shows the progress of importing the XML. If the XML
file is large, the conversion could take a while. To abort the
processing, click Cancel. If an error is encountered which importing
the XML, an entry is added to the "Error encountered" list. You can
double-click on the entry to get more details of the error.
Click Next to preview the data after the processing completes.
The data has now been imported into the application. The tables that
were automatically created from the XML are shown in the top
panel. The hierarchy of the tables was determined from the XML
structure. Clicking a table in the top panel shows the data it
contains in the bottom panel. To select a table for export, click the
checkbox next to the table name in the top panel. Click Next to
The Output type selection. Since we are converting XML to Excel,
select "Save output to Excel". Click Next to specify output
Here we select the output file path where we want to save the Excel
spreadsheet. A default is selected depending on previous usage, but
you can click "Browse" to change the path or the file name. Click Next
This screen shows the progress of exporting the XML data to Excel. If
the output size is large, the saving could take some time. Click
Cancel to abort the processing. Click Next to continue.
And that is all there is to converting XML to Excel using the Exult
XML Conversion Wizard. You can now click Finish to open the created
spreadsheet in Excel.
The data exported from XML to Excel is shown here in Excel after
conversion. For comparison the same data is also shown in Exult on the
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