Monthly Archives: May 2009
Please welcome our new major release of Aspose.Tasks for .NET.
Beta testing phase of the new Aspose.Tasks for .NET is finished and we are happy to announce that the latest stable version with MS Project 2007 MPP format support has been published. Thanks to everyone who helped us with the testing and provided us with a lot of project examples.
The latest version of Aspose.Tasks for .NET has a new common API for all supported formats MPP2003, MPP2007… Continue Reading
About Surgical Notes Inc.
Surgical Notes, Inc., based in Dallas, Texas, is a leading innovator in administrative medical technology. The company’s flagship product, SN Chart, revolutionized medical transcription and is currently used by more than 14,500 physicians at over 400 facilities nationwide.
Managing the administrative cost of medicine is important to all stakeholders –doctors, administrators, insurance companies and patients. Unfortunately, upwards of 25% of all medical costs currently relate to the administrative components, not patient care. To help the ASC … Continue Reading
The recently released Aspose.Words for Java 3.0.1 includes two critical DOCX bug fixes:
- Images resized during DOC->DOCX->DOC roundtrip under some European locales that used comma as decimal symbol.
- Microsoft Word 2007 SP2 reports “file was created using a newer version of Microsoft Word”.
Please visit http://www.aspose.com/community/files/51/file-format-components/aspose.words-for-.net-and-java/default.aspx for more info and download.… Continue Reading
We have just released Aspose.BarCode for Reporting Services v 1.9. This is a major release which now includes full support for Microsoft SSRS 2008. It is also compatible with 64-bit Windows Operating Systems. In this release we have also updated the design-time property builder of the BarCode control. Matrix 2 of 5 barcode rendering support is also added along with bug fixes in AZTEC barcode generation.
We have just released Aspose.Words for .NET 6.4.0 that includes the following:
- Export to PDF/A supported
- Export to ODT details are included in the documentation
- 70+ fixes
By default, when converting documents to PDF, Aspose.Words for .NET creates PDF 1.5 comliant files. But now you can specify whether you want to have PDF 1.5 or PDF/A-1b compliance. We are planning to support PDF/A-1a in the next few months as well.
The following documentation pages were updated:… Continue Reading
IT Pros retrieved Record Information from Microsoft SQL and Populated MS Word Documents using Aspose APIs
About IT Pros
IT Pros provides business IT professionals whose mission is to act as the full-service source for all technology for each customer and to be proactive while removing the burden of information technology from the customer to achieve their goals. We have an office conveniently located in Boiling Springs, SC, and we service customers in the entire Upstate of South Carolina and all of Western North Carolina.
About the Product
Our product had a Narrative report template that … Continue Reading
We have created an article for the users. This article is designed to provide the developers with a detailed understanding on how to create Pivot Tables and Pivot Charts using Aspose.Cells component.
See the article here http://www.aspose.com/documentation/file-format-components/aspose.cells-for-.net-and-java/create-pivot-tables-and-pivot-charts.html
We have added some useful tips for the users to perform different tasks.
See the following documentation links:
We have created a video tutorial for the users. The video exhibits how to convert an excel file to PDF format using Aspose.Cells APIs. In this video, we create a simple Windows application to demonstrate the task. We load / open an excel file, and then convert it to PDF format. The generated PDF file can be opened into Adobe Reader.
See the video here: http://www.aspose.com/documentation/file-format-components/aspose.cells-for-.net-and-java/convert-excel-file-to-pdf.html
We have created a video tutorial for the users. You can add all three types of hyperlinks to your spreadsheets using Aspose.Cells:
- URL (world wide web) link
- Internal link
- External or file link
In this video, we create a simple Windows application to exercise how the three types of hyperlinks (mentioned above) can be added.
See the video here: https://docs.aspose.com/display/totalproductfamily/Home
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