Remove Fonts from PDF and Extract Form Fields from Particular PDF Region in C#
We are pleased to announce the release of Aspose.PDF for .NET 7.3.0 which provides a new feature to remove duplicate/unused fonts from PDF documents. In order to replace fonts please use the following approaches:
Use TextFragmentAbsorber. Use TextEditOptions.FontReplace.RemoveUnusedFonts parameter for TextFragmentAbsorber. (The above parameter removes fonts that become unused during font replacement). Set font individually for each text fragment. The following code snippet replaces font for all text fragments of all document pages and removes unused fonts.
Optimal PDF to Image and Improved HTML to PDF Conversion in C#
We are pleased to announce the release of Aspose.PDF for .NET 7.2.0 with optimal support for converting PDF files to image formats. Please note that recently we have fixed many issues with PDF to PNG, JPEG, and TIFF conversion to improve the memory use and performance of this feature. The product has been tested in a multi-threaded environment. The text extraction feature is also improved to where it can easily extract non-English characters from PDF files.
Add table in existing PDF, tooltip for form field and better memory management
We are pleased to announce the release of Aspose.Pdf for .NET 7.1.0. This new release version provides a long awaited feature to add a table inside an existing PDF document. With the introduction of this feature Aspose.Pdf for .NET can add a table while generating PDF document from scratch, and it supports adding tables inside existing PDF documents. This release version also supports the feature to add a tooltip to a form field.
Identify Corrupted PDFs and Merge Large PDF Files using C#
We are pleased to announce the release of Aspose.PDF for .NET 6.9.0. In this release, we have addressed around 76 items which include some great new features, enhancements to existing product features, and resolution of reported issues. One of the new features introduced in this release is the ability to check if the source PDF file is correct or corrupted. This feature has been in great demand by many customers that have faced problems during PDF concatenation.