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Is there an easy way to do word wrap for a JLabel?

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I want to use a JLabel to do word wrap. Is there an easy method to do this or is there another object that can perform the same function?
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you should be able to achieve that using html for the label.
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Hi, Marek.

JK2429's link addresses ways to dynamically employ word-wrapping.  If that's not necessary, then as that link and object's comment state, you can employ <html> tags with a <br> tag:

     jLabel1.setText("<html>The king ran under<br> the hill.</html>");

The Java GUIs I've built are straight conversions of Visual Basic GUIs, so I've not been concerned with resizing the forms/components as per JK2429's link.  If that functionality is required, a more advanced approach will be necessary.  But the use of <html>/<br> tags is the simplest method of word-wrapping I've encountered.
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