Monthly Archives: July 2008
- Metafile.getTextStrings() method. Returns all text strings from a metafile.
- TextOutOperation class which represents text string in a metafile
with simple rendering rules like transformation matrix, position, color
- Metafile.getTextOutOperations() method. Returns array of TextOutOperation objects.
- (get|set)MinPixelCount and (get|set)MaxPixelCount values which define minimal and maximal limits for image size (x*y) generated by createDefaultRendering() method. Image will be scaled in case it exceeds limits.
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Let me start a bit off-topic with: Why should you use Aspose.Words to generate DOC documents?
Since 2004, Aspose.Words has been an excellent library for reading, converting and generating binary DOC Microsoft Word documents. There is a question on Joel Spolsky’s discussion group How do Aspose and Others Generate Office Docs that unfortunately I did not have an opportunity to answer. One comment there says:
…you need to duplicate many, many man years of work in order to do this?
Has Apose really done … Continue Reading
Please check the complete article: http://www.aspose.com/documentation/file-format-components/aspose.cells-for-.net-and-java/comparing-vsto-with-aspose-cells-for-net.html… Continue Reading
In this article, we try to examine a feature comparison between Aspose.Cells for Java, JExcelAPI and POI-HSSF. Today we find different spreadsheet components that really promise to have feature-rich API for spreadsheet management. The article observes the feature analysis of Aspose.Cells for Java with its open-source competitors. We provide a summary of the valuable features of all three components. Moreover, we state some known limitations and deficiencies of the components if they have. We also present a comparison table for … Continue Reading
How to get content of a node or bookmark as HTML, WordML, RTF?
Many customers of Aspose.Words ask this question, but so far there was no simple one-line-of-code way of doing that in Aspose.Words.
The general solution we recommended so far was to “extract” the document fragment you are interested in into a separate Document object and then use Document.Save to save it in the desired format. Extracting the fragment might be done either by deleting all content from the … Continue Reading