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ensignia and printing

 
Gurpreet Saini
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hi there,

Hi guys , i m coming here after long time. So, howz everyone ?. I invite all my freinds and enemies to answer ,my little questions. I m currently working on project and I want to the user to use it its own company's logo as well as some text which user can modify according to its needs in such a way that it can view the format of the document to be printed. For ur information i m currently using Swings and Files for storing the data (Objects). This application is for commercial use So u can understand that my customer must be in position to modify the format of the document according to its needs.

thanks in advance.

gurpreet singh
 
Joel McNary
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Your requirements are fairly vague, but a .properties file might solve your needs.
 
Gurpreet Saini
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hi joel

what a stupid answer. And i didnt expected urs intelligence from u. "Vague" . May the devil take u away.

yours freind

 
Stefan Wagner
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Your requirements are pretty precise, and xml will solve your needs.
 
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