Markdown Features (.md File Format) Supported by Aspose.Words for C++ 19.8

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Hello guys, let’s check out what’s new for you in Aspose.Words for C++ 19.8 release.

Load and Convert Encrypted OpenDocument (.odt or .ott format)

The OdtSaveOptions class can now be used to specify additional options when saving a document into the ODT or OTT format. You can initialize a new instance of this class that can be used to save a document in the ODT format encrypted with a password. You can also use OdtSaveOptions.Password property to get or set a password to encrypt Word document. The code sample below shows how to load and save OpenDocument encrypted with a password.

Compress Metafiles in Word Document

In MS Word, all the metafiles are compressed by default regardless of their size. However, Aspose.Words used to compress large metafiles only and smaller ones were not compressed just because of better performance. Aspose.Words for C++ now provides a property AlwaysCompressMetafiles, to facilitate the users if they want to compress all the metafiles either large or small. Its default value is true which means that all metafiles shall be compressed regardless of their sizes and false means that small metafiles shall not be compressed for performance reason.

Markdown Features (.md Format)

Markdown is a simple way to format plain text that can easily be converted to HTML. Markdown features currently supported by Aspose.Words are {Headings, Block quotes, Horizontal rules, Bold emphasis, Italic emphasis}. The Markdown feature implementation mostly follows the CommonMark specification in Aspose.Words API and all the features are represented as corresponding styles or direct formatting. Which means that:

  • Bold and Italic are represented as Font.Bold and Font.Italic.
  • Headings are paragraphs with Heading 1 – Heading 6 styles
  • Quotes are paragraphs with “Quote” in style name
  • HorizontalRule is a paragraph with HorizontalRule shape

For more details, please read the following article.
Working with Markdown Features

Linked TextBoxes in Word Document

TextBox class is used to specify how text is displayed inside Shape. It provides a public property Parent  to get the parent Shape of the TextBox and to allow to find linked Shape from linked TextBox. Please check the following examples for more details:

Check if Particular DML Text Effect is Applied

Aspose.Words for C++ now provides Font->HasDmlEffect() method to check if particular DML text effect is applied to the Run. This is a boolean type property and returns true if particular DML text effect is applied. The given below code example shows how to use this property.

Working with TableStyle

Aspose.Words for C++ now provides a TableStyle class inherited from Style class. The TableStyle facilitates user to apply different styling options such as shading, padding, indentation, CellSpacing and Font etc. For more details, please refer to the following sections:

Get Revision Group Details

The Revision.Group property in Revision class can be used to get details if the revision belongs to any group. Its value will be null if the revision does not belong to any group. If revision type is RevisionType.StyleDefinitionChange or if the revision no longer exists in document context (accepted/rejected) then it means that Revision has no group.

See Also Useful Links

The resources, you may need to accomplish your tasks:

Keeping the Aspose tradition, you are welcome to shape the upcoming releases of Aspose.Words for C++ API by posting your suggestions and concerns in the Aspose.Words for C++ support forum.