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The ana's should of course point to the interp's, so elsewhere in the 
document you'd have:

  <interpGrp>
    <interp id="a1" value="landHolding"/>
    <interp id="a2" value="name"/>
    <interp id="a3" value="area"/>
    <interp id="a4" value="parcel"/>
    <interp id="a5" value="purchaseDate"/>
  </interpGrp>

Sorry!

> Or if you don't want to repeat these labels time and again, you could use
> 
> <row ana="a1">
>   <cell ana="a2">Mr J. Smith</cell>
>   <cell ana="a3">1500</cell>
>   <cell ana="a4">B51</cell>
>   <cell ana="a5">1832>/cell>
> </row>
> 
> and elsewhere in your document:
> 
> <interpGrp>
>   <interp id="i1" value="landHolding"/>
>   <interp id="i2" value="name"/>
>   <interp id="i3" value="area"/>
>   <interp id="i4" value="parcel"/>
>   <interp id="i5" value="purchaseDate"/>
> </interpGrp>
> 
> Using feature structures just to label the data to me would seem like 
> overkill.
> 
> Peter Boot
> 
>