If you've got a Windows PC that can open .ZIP files download this file:
http://apache.mirrors.pair.com/jakarta/poi/release/bin/poi-bin-2.5-final-20040302.zip

If you've got a Linux/BSD/Unix PC that can open GZipped tarballs, download
this file:
http://apache.mirrors.pair.com/jakarta/poi/release/bin/poi-bin-2.5-final-20040302.tar.gz

(The contents of those two files are the same, the only difference is the
archive program that was used to create them.)

Once you have that file, unzip it, and the .JAR files should be inside.



> After reading a recent article Scott Klement wrote about creating Excel
> spreadsheets using the POI HSSF API's I have embarked on a project to
> use the API's for an assignment I have.  I am having trouble locating
> the JAR file to download mentioned in the article.  I followed the links
> to the Apache mirror site but could not find a file with the name
> referenced.  Searching the archives provided some good information but
> all paths ended at the same place.  My searches all seem to end up at
> http://apache.mirrors.pair.com/jakarta/poi/release/bin/.  None of the
> files listed are JAR files though.  Can someone point me to the JAR file
> download?
>
> Being a JAVA novice the answer may be staring me in the face and I
> wouldn't know it.

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