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At the risk of advertising, I wrote an introductory tutorial to
processing XML with DSSSL (with quite a few code examples;
double column, headers and footers, etc.) in my book "Teach
Yourself XML in 21 Days". If you don't want the book, and are just
interested in the code, you can download all the code from the
MacMillan website (www.mcp.com).