SmartArt Rendering and Tight/Through Wrapping Support in Aspose.Words 11.11.0

Aspose.Words LogoWe are pleased to announce the release of this month’s version of Aspose.Words for .NET and Java. This release contains 161 improvements to Aspose.Words.

You can immediately download our latest Aspose.Words release from the following links:

Partial Support for Rendering SmartArt

SmartArt is a feature first introduced in Microsoft Office 2007. It was designed to create simple and effective diagrams, organization charts or flow charts with many more options than previous versions of Microsoft Word.  The image below demonstrates a typical SmartArt object that you may find in a Word document:

A SmartArt image in a word document

Aspose.Words now partially renders these objects to fixed page formats such as PDF, XPS, image etc. The introduction of this feature is a big step forward as the underlying format of SmartArt is very complex and is not a trivial task to implement rendering of these objects.

As always, keep an eye on this feature as we will be continually improving rendering of this feature in future releases.

Rendering Tight and Through Wrapping is now Supported

We are happy to announce that with support of both Tight and Through wrapping types, Aspose.Words now supports all wrapping types when rendering to fixed page formats. Both tight and through wrap types aren’t that common and are the hardest to implement therefore they were the last to be supported.

Aspose.Words now reads and interprets the polygon wrapping points for images which is the basis of what makes tight or through wrapped images to be positioned very tightly against text. The result when converting using Aspose.Words is text wrapping that is rendered identical to how Microsoft Word renders it:

A sample document demonstrating tight wrapping

Tight Wrapping Word Document

 

The PDF output of the document converted using Aspose.Words for .NET 11.11.0.

Tight Wrapping Output Aspose.Words


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