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I'm looking for a simple Java application. An Org Chart tool written in Java that will let you draw an Organizational Chart. It must be written in Java and be easy to use. It must be able to be printed. Just something that will draw boxes with lines connecting them and a few lines of text inside the boxes.

Another large software vendor (whose name I won't mention) provides one with their office type software. I'd like to replace that with one that will run on multiple platforms.

As for cost, I would expect it to be shareware and would be willing to pay a modest amount ($25 - $40) for it depending on the features.

Generally, however, It would be nice if some of the Java web sites I've seen would post links to places that offer simple effective cost friendly software solutions written in Java!

Thanks for providing a place to at least ask!
 
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