If "it" is the XSL file then "yes" you're on your own. Reason being that XML is a tagging standard and not a file format standard. So, there are too many formats floating around the Internet World to provide XSL files, plus they are complicated to write. Wrox Press has a good book on XSL that should help you along your way. The nice thing about learning XSL is that it is XML to the Nth degree. So, you learn a lot about XML along the way.
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