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writing in MS word doc file

 
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Hi,
i want to know if i can open a MS word format file in java and some inputs on how to write data to MS word file.Since .doc file is a formatted file what care has to be taken?
 
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Hi,
See
Jakarta POI - Java API To Access Microsoft Format Files
 
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Welcome to JavaRanch, nivedita!
The POI project referenced above doesn't yet provide much support for Word documents. It seems to be a very slowly progressing project that does promise a lot of abilities.
You might want to give The JACOB Project a try. Kai Ruhl wrote a tutorial that you may find useful.
Good Luck.
[ January 09, 2004: Message edited by: Dirk Schreckmann ]
 
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