Fonts are an integral part of the digital documents and web pages that are used to define the appearance of the text. The font files are used to store information about the fonts such as styles, weight, size and etc. There could be the case when you would need to manipulate fonts in order to extract their information. For such scenarios, in this article, you will learn how to load and read information from TrueType, CFF, and Type1 fonts using C++.
PDF files are popular because they support text, images, animations, videos, and many other annotations. However, the text is the most important part of the majority of PDF documents. In this article, we will convert PDF to TXT file and TXT file to PDF format using C# .NET.
DWG and DXF are the popular file formats used to store data as well as metadata of the CAD designs. However, it is not possible to directly view or display CAD designs by embedding DWG and DXF files within your web or desktop applications. One of the feasible solutions is CAD to image conversion. This article aims to show you how to convert DWG/DXF files to PNG, JPEG, BMP, TIFF, and GIF images using C#.
PDF Encryption is the process of protecting the document using a password as well as some cryptographic algorithms including AES or RC4. You can also set different privileges to limit user's access to different operations. For example, you can only allow printing, adding annotation, filling forms, and etc. In this article, you will learn how to encrypt PDF files using C++. Furthermore, this article also covers how to set different privileges and decrypt password-protected PDF files using C++.
You can efficiently convert a chart to image or PDF in your Java applications. Aspose.Cells for Java API offer a lot of features to create, edit, or manipulate XLSX, XLS, XLSM, XLSB, and other supported file formats without needing to install Microsoft Excel. In this article, we will be exploring the support for chart rendering to image and PDF file format.
EPS (Encapsulated PostScript) is a graphics file format that is used to describe images or drawings. In various scenarios, EPS images are also used to be placed within another PostScript document. EPS contains an encapsulated low-resolution preview, however, you may come across the need of converting EPS images to a format that could easily be displayed without any dependency. For such cases, this article covers how to convert EPS to PNG or PDF using C#.
Using Aspose.Words for C++ API, you can insert tables in a word document. You can configure the API by downloading it from New Releases or via the NuGet gallery. Once configured properly, you can simply utilize the methods, properties, and classes exposed by the API so that a few simple API calls can be used to create, edit or manipulate Microsoft Word documents, like DOCX or DOC files.
In the previous post, you have seen how to use Aspose.Font for .NET API for loading and saving CFF, TrueType, and Type1 fonts programmatically. In this article, you will learn how to render text using the TrueType, and Type1 font glyphs using C#. The code samples will show you how to how to generate a JPG image having text rendered on it.
XLSX and XLS file formats are frequently used to manipulate huge data. Likewise, AutoFilters are used to organize data in Excel files. You can easily add or remove data filters in Excel files with Aspose.Cells for .NET API. Filters can be used to quantify some data to extract some meaningful information. For example, an organization wants to filter the months with low sales, in order to devise and improve their strategies.
In digital typography, fonts define particular styles to be used for the characters' appearance. Most often, the fonts are utilized in the documents and the web pages to stylize the text. Each font is described in a file which contains information about characters' size, weight, styles, as well as the encoding. Since fonts are an important part of the various file formats, Aspose offers a dedicated API for dealing with the manipulation and rendering of popular font types including TrueType, CFF, OpenType, and Type1. In this article, you will learn how to load, save, and extract information from fonts using C# with Aspose.Font for .NET.