Monthly Archives: April 2010

Priority Support – Now Available

At Aspose we pride ourselves on the quality of our technical support; we put a huge amount of effort into our support operation to ensure that if our customers need our help they can get in contact with skilled staff … Continue reading

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Net Reaction Automated Template based policy Documents creation using APIs

About Net Reaction Net Reaction is a forensics firm specializing in cybercrime. We work with clients in many different industry verticals to investigate information crimes that happen to them and mitigate the risks associated with them. With many of our … Continue reading

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Create Pareto, Step or Scatter charts or set secondary axis, custom axis labels or data point labels in your Java applications

Aspose.Report for Java 1.6.0 has been released. This release includes support for Pareto, Step and Scatter chart types. Now Aspose.Report for Java supports 13 most popular chart types. This release also allows you to set secondary X and Y axis … Continue reading

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KDSolutions created a Digital Filing System using Aspose.BarCode for .NET

About KDSolutions Aspose.BarCode for.Net library was used in one of our projects to assist with automating the filing process of scanned digital files. The files were scanned using a network scanner as into .tif files and saved on a shared … Continue reading

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DynaFile Document Preview and Office files Conversion to Image and PDF Accomplished using Aspose.Total for .NET

About Blue Ribbon Technologies Blue Ribbon Technologies created DynaFile, a web-based document management application offered as a SaaS (Software as a Service) solution to its users. Providing a robust set of features and tools, DynaFile offers the capability for users … Continue reading

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Aspose.Words with Microsoft Visual Studio 2010 RC

Some customers have reported they cannot build an application with Aspose.Words in Microsoft Visual Studio 2010 RC. We confirm you cannot build a project if you select one of the following Target framework settings in the Project Properties: .NET Framework … Continue reading

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Calculate Formulas beyond Excel 2003 Restriction and Apply 3D Chart Effects with Aspose.Cells for .NET 4.9.0

We are pleased to release Aspose.Cells for .NET 4.9.0 for the users.   In the new version, we have provided new features and enhanced some existing features. The component is now capable to calculate formulas that exceed MS Excel 2003 row/column limitation. It … Continue reading

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Word Object Model without Word

This article is a call for your feedback. In the August 2009 we had to drop Aspose.Editor but left are functional pieces which can be reused in Aspose.Words, well, if you need them… In past times developers relied on Word … Continue reading

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The Rendering Fidelity of Footnotes

This article is a technical blurb mostly about why it is taking so long for us to support footnotes and endnotes in Aspose.Words when rendering documents to PDF, XPS or printing. This post looks at how Microsoft Word handles some … Continue reading

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TOC Update and MERGEFORMAT Supported by Aspose.Words for .NET 9.0

We are happy to announce that a top priority feature (40+ requests logged in our defect database) is now implemented in the recently released Aspose.Words for .NET 9.0. TOC fields are now updated along with others! TOC stands for Table … Continue reading

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