How to load word .doc-files into java applications?

Hi,
I want to load a word .doc-file (or any other type of document) into a java application, as part of the application.
Is there any java special library to do it?
Any solution or hint?
Thank you.

No, there is no existing Java library to do it that I am aware of. You could write your own, however, as the Word 97 binary file format is published. I am not sure that the Word 2000, or XP formats are as well, but since they put out the 97 presumably they'd do the same with the rest -- although I am suprised that Micro$$$oft even published the 97 format.
A library such as this would take quite some time write, due to the extensive format, but here's a link to a copy of it just so you can see what it'd take: http://www.redbrick.dcu.ie/~bob/Tech/wword8.html
Also keep in mind that Micro$$$oft has never remained binary compatable between versions. In short, this means that you'd have to parse each version's documents differently. Not a fun task.
If a Java library to read Micro$$$oft file formats already does exist, I'm willing to bet that it costs $$$ mucho dinero $$$.
Hey, aren't proprietary file formats just wonderful?

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