I am also trying to export to an XML file. I am using a very small map. I just get EXPORT and it automatically exports to an .osm file. I do not see the option for XML.

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I made this so hard. Include the osm file in Argis and all the info is there. thank you

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.osm is the file extension you get by default for XML files from the OSM website's "export" function:

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I was able to open the file, thank you. I was expecting street names to be included in the spreadsheet. Do I have do something else to get street names?

(29 Oct '13, 18:41) llcotton44
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This is not a spreadsheet, it is raw OSM data. See OSM XML for an explanation. It contains everything also contained in the database, including street names.

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I am including the row from the download version generator copyright attribution license minlat minlon maxlat maxlon id visible version2 changeset timestamp user uid lat lon k v id3 visible4 version5 changeset6 timestamp7 user8 uid9 ref k10 v11 id12 visible13 version14 changeset15 timestamp16 user17 uid18 type ref19 role k20 v21

what am I doing wrong to not get street names?

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