Monthly Archives: April 2019

Change Signature Text while Signing PDF Digitally using Aspose.PDF

Process of signing PDF documents has been commonly known and being practiced in many systems. Signatures are meant to secure documents and authenticate them. We can simple take example of a piece of paper where some information is written on. … Continue reading

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Get ready to use Aspose.OMR for .NET

We are here to share an exciting news about upcoming API for .NET platforms. Aspose APIs are about to add a new member in their community with the name of Aspose.OMR for .NET. Yeah, you may be thinking right after … Continue reading

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Autofit Rows for Merged Cells using Aspose.Cells for .NET v19.3

Guys, are you ready? Before we dive into its details: I want you to get an essence of the public release. I am giving you little preview of the new features and other enhancements available in the release for quick … Continue reading

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Import Data from JSON using Aspose.Cells for Java 19.3

Big smiles as I am here to announce the release of the latest version of Aspose.Cells for Java. In this post, I am going to give you a glimpse of all the new exciting features for best utilization of the … Continue reading

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Preserve Legacy Control Characters, Font Fallback Setting for Noto fonts and Text Alignment of Axis Labels

Hi guys! Do you want to preserve legacy control characters in Word documents? Many of you must want to work with font fallback for Google Noto fonts? You will love to export the list labels of Word document into TXT … Continue reading

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Aspose.Cells for Reporting Services v19.3 supports rendering XPS format

At least Windows users won’t deny the advantages of XPS (The XML Paper Specification) format. Forget if it is a paginated fixed-layout format that retains the look and feel of your documents. But, being a shape of electronic paper, the … Continue reading

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