Monthly Archives: June 2019
Improved Text Alignment in Exported Document and Upgraded Aspose.Words for Reporting Services to Aspose.Words for .NET 19.6
Hi guys! We are pleased to announce new release of Aspose.Words for Reporting Services. We have upgraded it to the latest version of Aspose.Words for .NET 19.6. In this release, we have fixed text alignment issue that is caused when HTML formatting is used in RDL. We have also fixed NullReferenceException that is thrown while exporting RDLC. Please check the release notes for more detail.
You can download the latest release of Aspose.Words for Reporting Services 19.6 from the following … Continue Reading
Hi Guys, in the blog you will learn how to use and implement some valuable features via Aspose.Cells. This time we have added new features regarding ODS file format. For example, you will learn on how to process the ODS file background to create furnished output files having color and image in the background. Moreover, Aspose.Cells provides a way to convert Gregorian dates to Japanese dates. You may find these exciting features and other enhancements in the release. So let’s … Continue Reading
We are happy that once again we got the chance to present an updated and enhanced version of Aspose.Cells for Java v19.5. This time we have added new features for processing the ODS file background to create more user-friendly output files having color and image in the background. We have also enhanced our rendering features to HTML, PDF, and improvements in many functions of common use. Well, I think rather than writing a lot about these features one by one, … Continue Reading
In this post, I will enlist/explain new features introduced in Aspose.Words for Java 19.6 release.
Access/Read VBA Macros from Word Document using Java
Aspose.Words now provides three classes to get access to the VBA project source code. The VBAProject class provides access to VBA project information, the VbaModuleCollection class returns collection of VBA project modules and VbaModule class provides access to the VBA project module. The code example given below shows how to read VBA Macros from the Word document:… Continue Reading
Hello firends! in today’s blog, I am going to introduce you to what new features have been included in Aspose.Email 19.5. As always, Aspose team has published both .NET and Java based API having same features sets simultaneously. This way, the users of both API’s can make use of new features irrespective of application and platform type. In following sections, I will shed some light on new features available in API and how to use them.
Getting OLM Folder path… Continue Reading
Aspose has always striven to bring you the best and most useful products for developing solutions efficiently. Maintaining the enthusiasm to provide what is best for productivity, it is an honor to announce an upcoming product i.e. Aspose.Page. Aspose.Page will soon going to be a new member in APIs’ catalog offered by Aspose. The API will be released for .NET and Java platforms initially and will be offered with a rich feature set. Speaking of the features of the API, … Continue Reading
Hi guys! We have added very interesting features for you in the new release of Aspose.Words for .NET 19.6. Reading macros from the document, control the behavior of compressing metafiles while saving document, working with table styles, and convert wide cell to horizontally merged cell.
Let me explain the detail of each feature one by one.
Read Macros from Document using C#
In this release, we have added support to read the VBA project source code. We have added … Continue Reading
About InFocus IT
InFocus IT has been incorporated since 2005 and provides enterprise development services and solutions to a variety of different markets.
We deliver enterprise solutions that once deployed just work. Many of the systems that we develop or work with, generally have a large corpus of electronic content in a variety of file formats. Interchanging between these seamlessly can be a challenge.
We constantly have a need to convert electronic documents into other document formats. We already … Continue Reading
Your applications can have wonderful features with Aspose.HTML for .NET 19.5. This version lets you create and manipulate HTML documents even better. We have simplified the API to make it more user friendly as you are at the center of our development. For instance, we have prepared a specialized Aspose.Html.Converters.Converter object to unify all conversion scenarios available with Aspose.HTML library. Following is the sample code explaining how this can be utilized:
HTML Template Merger for C#
Another milestone achieved with … Continue Reading
About Hollings Cancer Center
Hollings Cancer Center is part of the Medical University of South Carolina. When a Researcher asks for data from our various departments, we need to send the request to an Evaluation Committee. We currently have a Web application that asks a series of 10 topics to a committee of evaluators and from the topics, each Evaluator then develops their own set of questions individually to be sent back to the Researcher. The Researcher then needs to … Continue Reading