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How to add gutter space after each column in JTextpane?

pn goel
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Joined: Dec 07, 2009
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hi,

I am using a multi column JTextpane. The main problem is that there is no space among all columns. The user is unable to read the data properly by differenciating among columns. The user wants there should be gutter space after each column. So that, the matter in each column can be read in better way. I am using the following code to divide the JTextPane into columns:



Any Idea?>
 
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