Java™ Platform
Standard Ed. 6

Uses of Class

Packages that use AbstractDocument.AbstractElement
javax.swing.text Provides classes and interfaces that deal with editable and noneditable text components. 
javax.swing.text.html Provides the class HTMLEditorKit and supporting classes for creating HTML text editors. 

Uses of AbstractDocument.AbstractElement in javax.swing.text

Subclasses of AbstractDocument.AbstractElement in javax.swing.text
 class AbstractDocument.BranchElement
          Implements a composite element that contains other elements.
 class AbstractDocument.LeafElement
          Implements an element that directly represents content of some kind.
protected  class DefaultStyledDocument.SectionElement
          Default root element for a document...

Methods in javax.swing.text that return AbstractDocument.AbstractElement
protected  AbstractDocument.AbstractElement PlainDocument.createDefaultRoot()
          Creates the root element to be used to represent the default document structure.
protected  AbstractDocument.AbstractElement DefaultStyledDocument.createDefaultRoot()
          Creates the root element to be used to represent the default document structure.

Uses of AbstractDocument.AbstractElement in javax.swing.text.html

Subclasses of AbstractDocument.AbstractElement in javax.swing.text.html
 class HTMLDocument.BlockElement
          An element that represents a structural block of HTML.
 class HTMLDocument.RunElement
          An element that represents a chunk of text that has a set of HTML character level attributes assigned to it.

Methods in javax.swing.text.html that return AbstractDocument.AbstractElement
protected  AbstractDocument.AbstractElement HTMLDocument.createDefaultRoot()
          Creates the root element to be used to represent the default document structure.

Java™ Platform
Standard Ed. 6

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