Monthly Archives: June 2020
In my previous article, I have given you an overview of our .NET Graphics API – Aspose.Drawing for .NET. Along with that, we have seen how to create images from scratch or draw graphics on existing images using C#. In this article, we’ll go one step ahead and learn how to create 2D drawings by drawing various graphical objects within the .NET applications such as ASP.NET web application, Windows application, and etc.
The following are the vector graphics … Continue Reading
In many cases, while working with a PDF document, you need to change it: copy, paste, drag and drop specific PDF content such as text, images, tables, and diagrams. It’s fine to perform these options manually inside the same PDF file as long as you want to work with small parts of your document. But what if you want to perform the editing options in more complex scenarios such as creating a digital signature, merging multiple PDF documents, or reprocessing … Continue Reading
You would have come across various drawing applications (i.e. MS Paint) that allow you to draw graphics and generate images. However, what if you want to create your own drawing utility or integrate drawing features within your web or desktop application? For such scenarios, Aspose offers its .NET Graphics API as Aspose.Drawing for .NET which is a lightweight solution for creating images and drawings identical to GDI+.
Watermarks are usually used to show ownership or classification of a document. In this article, we will learn to work with watermark in word documents using Aspose.Words for .NET API. Let us cover the following use cases related to watermark.
- Add Text Watermark in Word Document with C#
- Add Image Watermark in Word Document with C#
- Remove Watermark from Word Document with C#
Add Text Watermark in Word Document with C#
You can add or insert text watermark in a … Continue Reading
In this article, we will learn about merging and unmerging of cells in Excel sheet. Generally, merging cells refers to one or more cells joined together to form a large cell. However, the adjacent cells can be merged vertically or horizontally. Whereas, converting a large cell into multiple cells is known as unmerging or splitting cells in Excel worksheet. Let us explore the following use cases:Continue Reading
There could be various scenarios when you need to export the data within the tables from PDF to Excel workbooks. PDF to Excel lets you edit the data, apply formulas, plot charts, and perform other operations that are supported by the spreadsheets. In this article, I’ll show you how to automate the PDF to Excel conversion and convert PDF to XLS to XLSX workbooks programmatically using Java. For this, we’ll leverage the capabilities of Aspsoe.PDF for Java API.Continue Reading
The OCR (Optical Character Recognition) technology lets you read and convert the text in the images or scanned documents to the machine-readable form. The OCR has various use cases that include reading codes from vouchers, making the text editable, self-service stores, converting printed documents into digital formats, and so on. Various OCR tools and libraries are available in the market, however, the reliability of the OCR results is a key factor. In this article, I’ll show you how to create … Continue Reading
In this article, we will be converting XML files to PDF using C#. Aspose.PDF for .NET API extensively supports the XML conversion feature because of the inclusions of many related enhancements, as requested by the API users. You can elevate your .NET applications with this efficient feature of exporting XML to PDF. Let us consider following use cases related to XML conversion using C#:Continue Reading
In various scenarios, you come across the need of merging two or more PDF documents into a single file. For example, PDF merging allows you to combine similar kinds of documents. Furthermore, you can merge multiple PDFs into a single PDF before sharing it online or sending it to someone. In this article, I’ll demonstrate how to automate this feature and merge multiple PDF files programmatically using Java.Continue Reading