Install on Windows


To install XLingPaper on Windows operating systems (XP, Vista, and Windows 7, 8 and 10), do these steps:

Download and install the XMLmind XML Editor (~50MB).

  1. If you are able to use the Personal Edition, click here.  Otherwise, please email sales at xmlmind and ask them how to purchase a professional license for version 5.3.0 of the XMLmind XML Editor that will run on Windows. (XLingPaper needs version 5.3.0 of the XMLmind XML Editor; unfortunately, newer versions have some incompatibilities with the XLingPaper configuration files.) They should be able to give you a link where you can download the installer for version 5.3.0. Get this installer.
  2. Run the installer. It will do all that is needed.

Download and install the XLingPaper configuration package (~36MB).

  1. Click here to download the latest XLingPaper configuration installer for Windows.
  2. Run the installer.  For Vista and Windows 7, be sure to run as administrator (right-click on the file you just downloaded and choose “Run as Administrator”).    It will do all that is needed.  As its last step, it will start up the XMLmind XML Editor with a sample XLingPaper document in it.  You can then “play” with this sample document.

That’s it.  You are now set to use XLingPaper.

 Posted by on April 11, 2011 at 5:12 pm

  4 Responses to “Install on Windows”

  1. When I try to “Produce Word2003 document,” it tells me “It appears you do not have the XMLmind XSL-FO Converter program installed. Please see section 11.18 of the user documentation.” I can’t find that section of any user documentation, and when I Google XMLmind XSL-FO Converter, I can’t find the Personal Edition, only the Evaluation edition (which does not help) or the various high-dollar professional editions. What am I missing? How do I export to Word?

    • To see the XLingPaper user documentation, load your XLingPaper document and then use the XLingPaper menu item / Show XLingPaper User Documentation. It is near the end of the list of XLingPaper menu items.

  2. Thanks for providing this well developed technology stuff!

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