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Is it possible to, and if so,  how do I read an RTF (rich text format) file into a java application.  I want to do this with the same results as if it were a text file.

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Use Swing's RTF package. It's in the Swing (JFC) extension of Java, available for free download at Sun (www.sun.com). You have to use JDK 1.1.5 or more.

However, I don't think this package currently support RTF files containing images or embedded objects. It's text only, as fot the HTML package.

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