Reading Password Protected OneNote Documents using Aspose.Note for Java 2.0.0

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We are pleased to announce the release of Aspose.Note for Java 2.0.0. This month’s release includes a new feature and an enhancement. It also includes bug fixes that improve the overall functionality of the API. We have documented the public API changes included in this month’s release in our product documentation section for our users.

New Features and Enhancements

Reading Password Protected OneNote Documents: Microsoft OneNote provides the option to password protect documents for securing personal information. Aspose.Note API now provides the support for reading such password protected OneNote documents. Its LoadOptions class for loading documents provides setDocumentPassword method to specify the document password.

Creating Page Title in MS OneNote Style: A standard page title in MS OneNote document is as shown in the following image. Aspose.Note API did not have the facility of creating such a page title until this release. This month’s release introduces new properties to the TextStyle class that can be used to generate such a page title in MS OneNote document. These properties are:

  • TextStyle.DefaultMsOneNoteTitleTextStyle
  • TextStyle.DefaultMsOneNoteTitleDateStyle
  • TextStyle.DeafultMsOneNoteTitleTimeStyle

Other Improvements

This month’s release also includes bug fixes related to various functional areas of the API. These include exceptions while loading certain OneNote documents as well as others found during internal product quality assurance. You can find details about what is new and fixed by visiting our product download page.

API Resources

  • Documentation – Visit our documentation section for getting started with the API in no time
  • API Reference Guide – Gives detailed information about all the namespaces, classes and methods of the API
  • Forum Support – Post your queries on Aspose.Note forum to get assistance from our technical support team