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Thread: Set Footer and Header in Document using Java

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    Post Set Footer and Header in Document using Java

    How to set footer and header in word document/PDF using POI/open office. Using Java COde.!!


    I would appreciate it if someone could help me with this,thanks


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    Default Re: Set Footer and Header in Document using Java

    Do an Internet search using the search term "apache poi header word". You'd find results such as

    Use a similar search term for PDF.

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