100,000th User We Have A Winner - The World's Largest File Format Community!
Many congratulations go out to Randy Bahrke who became our 100,000th user on the 27th of May. Randy has received a complementary license to our Aspose.Total product family, our flagship product suite. Randy says "It’s incredible never had I thought that I could be the winner. Really Really amazing!"- We are certainly happy to welcome him on board as an Aspose user.
100,000 users can't be wrong, if you haven't visited us recently, come visit The World's Largest File Format Community to see the latest innovations in .Net and Java file format manipulation components, we think you'll be impressed.
At Aspose we continually strive to bring new and exciting products to our customers. This month we have added another product to our Aspose.Cells family of products. Aspose.Cells for SharePoint is a flexible spreadsheet manipulation solution that allows you to convert MS Excel documents to various other formats from within your Microsoft SharePoint applications or document libraries. You can also develop your own solutions for SharePoint by taking advantage of the Aspose.Cells for SharePoint API. Download the free trial version today and experience its benefits first hand.
Aspose.Report for .NET is powerful component that allows developers to quickly and easily add ad hoc querying and reporting capabilities to their .NET Web and WinForm applications, as well as this it allows you to create great looking charts supporting 21 different popular chart types and supporting some great visual effects such as 3D rendering, transparency, gradients and anti-aliasing. Try Aspose.Report for .NET free today – and see how Aspose.Report for .NET can make your ad hoc reporting and charting tasks a piece of cake.
Technical Article – Extracting text from PowerPoint 2007 presentations
In this month's featured article, we show you how to extract text from different shapes within PowerPoint 2007 presentations by using Aspose.Slides for Java. You can find the complete article here.
Tutorial Video -- Convert Outlook MSG file to Adobe PDF document
In this tutorial video, we show you how to convert an Outlook MSG file to an Adobe PDF file by using Aspose.Network for .NET together with Aspose.Words for .NET. We first use Aspose.Network for .NET to convert the MSG file into MHTML format and then convert it to Adobe PDF format using Aspose.Words for .NET. You can view the video here.
Migration from MS Office Automation to Aspose – Aspose.Cells for .NET
This month we include examples of migrating your code from Microsoft Office Automation to Aspose.Cells for .NET. In this article we show you how to set the background image of a Worksheet using Aspose.Cells for .NET. You can find the detailed article here.