Monthly Archives: May 2011

Better Non-English text support, Excellent TIFF to PDF conversion mechanism

We just have been able to release another version of Aspose.Pdf for .NET which gives us more confidence while converting HTML pages into PDF format. There has been a remarkable improvement while converting TIFF images into PDF file and also … Continue reading

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Format Pivot Tables and Utilize Advanced Auto-Filter Options using Aspose.Cells for Java 2.5.4

We have released the Aspose.Cells for Java v2.5.4. In this version, we have added support for several advanced auto-filter types: MultipleFilter, DynamicFilter and IconFilter. Now, you can easily format a whole pivot table, toggle a pivot field’s items  between hidden/shown.  Moreover, … Continue reading

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Table Of Contents (TOC) Improvements in Aspose.Words 10.1

Just wanted to supplement the Aspose.Words for .NET and Java 10.1 announcement with some details about Table of Contents (TOC) update. The announcement states the release includes about 20 TOC fixes, let me tell you what the most noticeable categories … Continue reading

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Aspose.Words 10.1 Delivers 101 Issues Resolved

As discussed earlier, we are now releasing Aspose.Words for .NET and Java: Both .NET and Java versions on the same day, with the same functionality and fixes Regularly on the 30th day of each month You can find the downloads … Continue reading

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Read MS Visio 2003/2007/2010 VSD, VDX, VSS and VSX diagrams and export to PDF or image

Aspose.Diagram for .NET 1.2.0 has been released. This release supports reading MS Visio 2003, 2007 and 2010 diagrams (VSD, VDX, VSS and VSX formats) and saving these diagrams as VDX or VSX formats. You can read many more fields, formulas … Continue reading

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Keep those Trains Moving (Aspose.Words on Mercurial)

About a couple of months ago we migrated Aspose.Words development from Subversion to Mercurial. To setup and learn and document new procedures was a bit steep, but the productivity and morale has soared. We never looked back. We have several projects. … Continue reading

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Find Text in PDF and Replace it with Form Field: Combining DOM API and Facades Features

In this blog post, I’m going to explain two things; first one is to show you an interesting feature of the merged Aspose.Pdf — find and replace text with form field. This feature was previously not supported in Aspose.Pdf.Kit. The … Continue reading

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New Features Available for Managing Exchange Server 2010

We have recently released a new version of Aspose.Network for .NET 6.4. In this version, we added support for new features available via Exchange Web Services like manage inbox rules, user configuration, conversation items and get mail tips. All these … Continue reading

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Adding custom document properties and enhanced support for PowerPoint 2010 presentations included in Aspose.Slides for Java

We like to share the announcement of new release of Aspose.Slides for Java 2.5.0. This is primarily a maintenance release in which resolution for many regression issues as well as exceptions being thrown during presentations access, PDFs generations and slide … Continue reading

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Improvements in the “Aspose.Words Experience”

We are planning a number of changes to our internal and external processes with the single aim – to improve the customer experience. The first set of changes that you are going to notice starting from 1st June are: Fixed … Continue reading

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