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Attributes associated with text in a JTextPane

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I am able to "underline", "bold", "highlight", etc text or parts of text in a JTextPane, but what I want to do is store the attributes associated with the text so that when I display this same text at a later stage the "bold", "highlighted" items re-appear as they were originally before I saved them to the file

I use a JTextPane, AbstractDocument, DocumentFilter, etc

Somehow I must be able to get and store the AttributeSet associated with this text unless somehow it is embedded

Could someone please assist

Thanks

Reg Bray
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try serializing the StyledDocument
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If you set up the JTextPane for HTML, you will feed it with HTML,
so there is no need to do anything than literally store this HTML text.

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