Thanks for the suggestions.
I've tried a few thing with XmlCursors and recreating the XmlBeans for
scratch but keep hitting new issues.

I suspect the best the approach is to create an XSSFSheet2 implementation
that has no XMLBeans in it - start by creating a sheet initialised from the
XMLBeans sheet graph - then the edits are stored in the XSSF2 classes - when
we want to save the worksheet XML, we can create a brand new set of XMLBeans
and use them to write the XML or maybe better still, reuse the SXXSFSheet
code to write out the XML.



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