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Are there any java libraries/api that deal with MS Word (kinda like jExcel for MS Excel)?  All I need to do is read in a MS Word template and plug in data in specific places.
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Sorry, same timing
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Try open-office: http://api.openoffice.org
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Thanks,
I've review these to see which will be best to use for my situation and get back to you
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There is no api so far to read the MS word from JAVA. "Jakarta.apache" who usually create APIs for java to do different stuffs which sun dont have are I believe working on that.

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I believe that the Apache projects are no longer active.  There is a commercial product from Aspose.

http://www.aspose.com/Products/Aspose.Words/Default.aspx

Allows you to manipulate word docs without having MS Word installed - so you can run from non-windows platforms if you like.

Andrew
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>> There is no api so far to read the MS word from JAVA

There are, the ones mentioned above.
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Please post it if you still having problems.
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