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Creating Microsoft Word documents from Lotus Notes

Learn how to create Microsoft Word documents from a back-end Lotus Notes database using Java code.

A while back, I submitted a tip that shows how to create PDF documents from Lotus Notes. This tip is along the same lines -- it shows how to create Microsoft Word documents from Lotus Notes.

Both methods use the iText JAR file. The only real difference in this tip is that you use a different class. If you are proficient in Java and Notes/Domino R6 or above, this should work well for you.

Because of the length of the script, I've submitted it as a clickable Microsoft Word document. Click here to view or download the Java code.

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Related information from

  • Tip: Creating PDF documents from Lotus Notes
  • FAQ: Java for Lotus Notes and Domino
  • Reference Center: Java tips and resources

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