> You should realise that XML defines a syntax and grammar for
> storing data. How that information is intended to be used
> (or displayed) depends on the particular application for which
> it was written.
> To examine an XML file generically requires no more than a
> standard text editor. Or you can use an editor (say nedit)
> which can interpret the syntax and highlight the structure.

It is a small text describing the usage of an utility... it describes the 
syntax etc etc but all text is continuous (appears as a stream of text in 
mozilla)... There is no version in txt or html, and can't edit the file to 
remove all the xml tags and give a new format...

I need to open it as is...

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