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Java way of doing this

Pradeep Kadambar
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Is there a Java way of transforming a Word, PDF or RTF document into HTML or XML document. This can be easily done in C# using Microsoft API. But I was dissapointed to see that Java does not provide this feature at all.I also learnt that JACOB can be used to access MS APIs.

Any comments or tips in this matter.

Please enlighten me on this.

Joe Ess
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