3. Will Office VBA developers have direct access to the XML DOM? That would be *sweet*.
I agree with this sentiment, once a document is loaded into Word, for example, I'd rather manipulte the XML, much more powerful than using the old API because frankly the API doesn't do stuff that I would like it too (for example inserting a subdocument between two other subdocuments).
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I believe this is possible with Office 2003 today, certainly in Word and XLS - even if the document is in DOC format, you can query the DOM using XPATH.