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Adding styled text to a .docx file with Apache POI

 
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Hey all,

So I know that the Apache POI library has functions that let you modify the format of a segment of text you are inserting, but that doesn't quite help in my case.

Specifically, I have a string extracted from a TinyMCE textarea field. So basically, the String I want to insert into the Word document is something like:



And in the word document, I would like it to display 'test', as styled in that string.

Is there any way I can send in an actual string that includes the styling like this, instead of manually setting formats in the code? If not in Apache POI, is this possible with docx4j?

Thanks all!
 
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Ryan,
I don't think POI supports it.
 
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