Monthly Archives: February 2011

Aspose.Cells for Reporting Services 1.7.0 Designer Supports to Create Matrix Templates in Excel

We have released the Aspose.Cells for Reporting Services v1.7.0 for the users.   In this version, Aspose.Cells for Reporting Services designer supports to create matrix template in MS Excel. The Conditional Formatting for table and matrix report items is also … Continue reading

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Aspose.Cells for SharePoint 2.0.1 Enhances Formatting for PDF Conversion

We have released the Aspose.Cells for SharePoint v2.0.1 for the users. Aspose.Cells for SharePoint has enhanced the formatting (font/text colors, borders etc.) in converting PDF files.   Download URL:

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Autoporting Aspose.Words for Java Progress – 11th Feb 2011

Previous Stats Aspose.Words consists of 2744 source files. Running 311 unit tests on Aspose.Foundation for Java pass all. Running 8813 unit tests on Aspose.Words – 437 fail. Today Stats Aspose.Words consists of 2800 files. Aspose.Foundation 398 unit tests all pass. Aspose.Words … Continue reading

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PostScript Parsing, PDF to Image Conversion, Text Rendering, OpenType Font Support and Import XML Features are Improved in Aspose.Pdf.Kit for .NET.

Aspose.Pdf.Kit for .NET 5.3.0 has been released with some improvements. During the development of this version, the major focus areas were PDF to image conversion with improved text rendering, better OpenType font support during image conversion and importing data from … Continue reading

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Aspose sponsors Desert Code Camp 2011

Aspose is proud to be a sponsor of the Desert Code Camp 2011.1. This code camp is a free, one-day event put on by the local Phoenix community. There are 28 approved sessions.When?April 2, 20118-5Where?Chandler – Gilbert Community College Pecos … Continue reading

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