How to get styles from a Word DOCX document in Java

In this lightning-fast tutorial, we will be covering how to rapidly set up a solution that you can use to extract style information from Microsoft Word’s DOCX format. For Java users, this is only going to require about 5 minutes in total from start to finish. Let’s begin.

Starting things off, we have our references to add to our Maven file.


And also our dependency.


Finally, we call our function using this code right here as a starter.

// Import classes://import com.cloudmersive.client.invoker.ApiClient;//import com.cloudmersive.client.invoker.ApiException;//import com.cloudmersive.client.invoker.Configuration;//import com.cloudmersive.client.invoker.auth.*;//import com.cloudmersive.client.EditDocumentApi;ApiClient defaultClient = Configuration.getDefaultApiClient();// Configure API key authorization: ApikeyApiKeyAuth Apikey = (ApiKeyAuth) defaultClient.getAuthentication("Apikey");Apikey.setApiKey("YOUR API KEY");// Uncomment the following line to set a prefix for the API key, e.g. "Token" (defaults to null)//Apikey.setApiKeyPrefix("Token");EditDocumentApi apiInstance = new EditDocumentApi();GetDocxStylesRequest reqConfig = new GetDocxStylesRequest(); // GetDocxStylesRequest | Document input requesttry {GetDocxStylesResponse result = apiInstance.editDocumentDocxGetStyles(reqConfig);System.out.println(result);} catch (ApiException e) {System.err.println("Exception when calling EditDocumentApi#editDocumentDocxGetStyles");e.printStackTrace();}

And look at that, we are already done!

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