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Has anyone ever seen or build a spreadsheet program using JTable? Like the support for formula and cell rendering?
 
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I haven't used it, but the JEKS component looks good. It's free, and comes with source code. I'm not sure if there is a separate component or if it runs as a stand-alone, but with the source code I'm sure you could component-ize it.
 
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I downloaded the JEKS stuff (see previous post) and you can use their "JeksTable" in place of a "javax.swing.JTable", but it all the capability of doing excel-like functions and such. Cool stuff.
 
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