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Support for adding SVG script to Presentations in Aspose.Slides for Cloud 17.7

We are pleased to announce the release of Aspose.Slides for Cloud 17.7.This new release adds support for adding SVG images to Slides. Please check Aspose.Slides for Cloud 17.7 Release Notes for summarised information about all changes in this release. New … Continue reading

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Improved API Error Messages in Aspose.Words for Cloud 17.6

We are pleased to announce the Release of Aspose.Words for Cloud 17.6. The new release of Aspose.Words for Cloud improves API Error messages along with a couple of bug fix. Please check Aspose.Words for Cloud 17.6 Release notes for summarized … Continue reading

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Support for specifying fontLocation for custom font face in Aspose.Slides for Cloud 17.6

We are pleased to announce the release of Aspose.Slides for Cloud 17.6.This new release adds support for specifying the location for a custom font, using the fontLocation parameter. Please check Aspose.Slides for Cloud 17.6 Release Notes for summarised information about … Continue reading

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Improved Swagger Notation, Rendering Complex Portions of a Document and Working with Section fields using Aspose.Words for Cloud 17.5

We are pleased to announce the Release of Aspose.Words for Cloud 17.5. Aspose.Words for Cloud allows you to work with MS Word Documents using the language and platform of your choice and is suitable for both small business and enterprise … Continue reading

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Specify Horizontal, Vertical Resolution while Saving Images by using Aspose.Words for Cloud 17.4

Aspose.Words for Cloud provides a powerful set of API for manipulating, converting and saving Microsoft Word documents stored in the Cloud platform of your choice. Whether you are creating a new Word Document from scratch, converting an existing document to … Continue reading

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