Here's what I'm trying to do...
I have read S.J. Scott's To-Do List Makeover:https://www.amazon.com/Do-List-Makeover ... 299&sr=8-3
I have found the philosophy he describes in that book to be very good, and have been using it now for several years. The philosophy describes the use of several different lists, two of which are your Weekly List and your collection of Project Lists. Within each document, I keep bulleted items that define a Task. I cut/paste these bulleted paragraphs from Project Lists to Weekly Lists. In the process, there are times where I forget which Project List a given bulleted Task came from.
So, what I would like to do is add additional "hidden" information to a bulleted Task to aid in remembering the Project List a bulleted Task came from. This additional information is held as further-indented child bullets. Here's what's in my minds eye:
* A Project Task
* Paragraph Data
* Filename: a_filename; CopyDate: the_copy_date
Where Paragraph Data is literal, and its sub-items represent movements of that Project Task across documents. This information is hidden until needed.
Is this something I can do using docx4j? Or, should I pursue VBA instead? I really like what I'm seeing in docx4j.