Monthly Archives: March 2007
Yahoo is opening their e-mail system APIs to third party developers recently. Furthermore, he also anounced the unlimited storage for Yahoo!Mail previously.
What it shows is that we are getting another cheap storage on the cyber-world. Wow, it’s Cool. You can save all of your emails to Yahoo without warry about the storage. Files, documents, pictures, almost anything can be uploaded without limitation.
How do you think if we create Aspose.Network.Yahoo which leverages the unlimited Yahoo!Mail storage. .NET developers just use … Continue Reading
Unfortunately, our 2.6.11 and 2.6.12 fixes were unstable because of too heavy optimization.
New 2.6.13 version should work fine and also contains all features added in 2.6.11 hot fix.
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- Fixed: Slides.AddOleObjectFrame could throw NullReferenceException. This bug exists in the 2.6.11 version only.
- New: Reading non-msoffice OLE objects. For example reading embedded PDF documents.
- Fixed: Correct recognizing embedded Controls as OleObjectFrame.
This is a maintenance release. Here is what’s been fixed:
- 1539 Load image from same URL only once when importing HTML.
- 1537 Document looks not correct when exported to DOC.
- 1534 Support PageBorderArt in import and export WordML.
- 1533 ‘Unknown line style’ exception when converting from DOC to WordML.
- 1527 Add support for loading images from different URIs.
- 1526 Document throws “Unable to read beyond the end of the stream” on saving.
- 1525 Document throws “Cannot get field part because at
We have released Aspose.Chart 3.3.8.
Fixed: Labels of axis X are located incorrectly when ChartArea.AxisX.AxisLabels.IsDataPointNameVisible = true and Series.CustomAttributes.IsBarSideBySide = true.
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Crystal Reports have long been able to produce reports in RTF format (giving them the .DOC extension by default which always created confusion).
Using Aspose.Words you can quickly and easily convert from RTF to real DOC. Either on the server or on the client.
The code to convert any RTF to DOC is as simple as this:
Aspose.Words.Document doc = new Document("C:\\MyFolder\\MyFile.rtf"); doc.Save("C:\\MyFolder\\MyFile.doc");
Conversions in any direction between Microsoft Word formats (DOC, RTF and WordML) in Aspose.Words are high-fidelity (very … Continue Reading
We’ve release Aspose.Network 3.3.1 hotfix!
In this hotfix release, Outlook drag drop samples have been updated.… Continue Reading
Although glossary is not supported directly in Aspose.Pdf for .Net, it is possible to create glossary using the #$REFPAGE symbol. Here is an example:
//create Pdf and set license
Pdf pdf = new Pdf();
Aspose.Pdf.License lic = new Aspose.Pdf.License();
pdf.IsTruetypeFontMapCached = true;
pdf.TruetypeFontMapPath = @”d:\test”;
//create new section
Section sec1 = pdf.Sections.Add();
//create tables and add data
Table table1 = new Table();
table1.ColumnWidths = “200 100”;
Row row1 = table1.Rows.Add();
Cell cell1 = row1.Cells.Add();
Heading heading1 … Continue Reading