More examples of Aspose.Cells for .NET features missing in VSTO to deal with Microsoft Excel Documents
[! helps you to understand the extra features and importance of Aspose.Cells over VSTO Excel.
What’s New in the release of v1.1 Save Workbook to Text or CSV Format Encrypting Excel Files Display or Hide Tabs Display or Hide Scroll Bars Display or Hide Gridline Display or Hide Row Column Headers Advanced Protection Settings since Excel XP Tracing Precedents and Dependents Adding Hyperlinks to Link Data Exisiting Examples Smart Markers Smart Markers feature Grouping Data Using Anonymous Types or Custom Objects Image Markers Using Nested Objects Converting Worksheet Converting Worksheet to Image Converting Worksheet to Image File By Page Import and Export Worksheet Import data from document Importing from Array Importing from ArrayList Importing from Custom Objects Importing from DataTable Export data from document Columns Containing Strongly Typed Data Columns Containing Non-Strongly Typed Data Conversion Conversion Download Latest Examples You can download latest examples from one of the following locations:
DNN Export Data to Excel Text CSV and OpenDocument Spreadsheet using Aspose.Cells
Aspose .NET DNN Data Exporter to Excel Module allows users to export data directly from local or remote database tables, views and by the custom queries into Microsoft Excel or OpenOffice Spreadsheet. This module demonstrates the powerful spreadsheet building feature provided by Aspose.Cells. This initial version of the module is enriched with the following cool features to make the Export process simple and easy to use.
free download video demo open source Features in this Release The release of this module supports the following features.
Introducing Aspose APIs for Android
Sydney, Australia – 20 July 2013 – Aspose announces expansion into the mobile platform with the impending release of a new product line for the Android market.
Aspose are excited to announce a brand new product line to bring the features of our well known file management components to Android devices.
Aspose is already a well-known name in the .NET and Java Reporting Services, Jasper Reports, and SharePoint markets and are now stepping into the Android arena with the introduction of Android versions of some of our flagship Java components.
Announcing the release of Aspose Eclipse Plugin
In our previous post we announced the release of the Aspose Visual Studio plugin. This post is the announcement of the same plugin but for the Eclipse IDE. This plugin is for those Java developers who don’t want to leave their Eclipse IDE to try out Aspose Java components. Using the Aspose Eclipse plugin you can download components and examples and easily explore powerful libraries for documents manipulation. Download the plugin from the Eclipse marketplace.
Announcing the release of Aspose Visual Studio Plugin
We are happy to announce the release of Aspose Visual Studio Plugin 1.0.0. This plugin is for those busy developers who want to try out Aspose .NET components quickly without leaving their Visual Studio IDE. It is your own playground for quickly learning and playing with Aspose .NET components: it reduces the learning curve. The Aspose Visual Studio plugin is a wizard which allows you to create new Aspose projects. Download it from Codeplex.
Apply Themes to Charts in Excel Files using Java
We are pleased to announce the release of Aspose.Cells for Java 7.3.0. In this release, we have included some valuable new features, enhancements to existing features and resolution of the reported issues. One of the new features introduced in this release is the ability to open and save MHT files. We have also introduced a feature that lets you apply Microsoft Excel themes and colors to charts. Another one is a long-awaited feature: support for XML maps.
Read/Write MHTML Files and Apply Themes to Charts in Aspose.Cells for .NET 7.3.0
[![Aspose.Cells logo]. In this release, we have included some valuable new features, enhancements to existing features and resolution of the reported issues. One of the new features introduced in this release is the ability to open and save MHT files. We have also introduced a feature that lets you apply Microsoft Excel themes and colors to charts. Another one is a long awaited feature: support for XML maps.
Our development team has worked to improve sheet to image and Excel to PDF conversions.
Disable Compatibility Checker in Excel and Other Useful Enhancements using Aspose.Cells for .NET 7.2.2
We’re pleased to share the announcement of Aspose.Cells for .NET 7.2.2. We have added a new feature, disabling Microsoft Excel’s Compatibility Checker in this release. We have also added support for adding quotes around your data when saving to CSV format, as one of our customers asked us to. We have added some other useful enhancements around the Subtotals feature. The XML Map properties will now be retained when re-saving the template file.
Input Large Strings and Other Enhancements in Aspose.Cells for .NET 7.2.1
We are pleased to announce the release of Aspose.Cells for .NET 7.2.1. This month’s release allows you to input strings larger than 32K for text and CSV formats. We have enhanced the shapes rendering module, specifically improving Excel-to-PDF conversion. We have also improved the Smart Markers feature so that Aspose.Cells for .NET now supports nested objects in Smart Markers.
Moreover, we have made some enhancements regarding PivotTables and the internal Worksheet-to-Image modules and fixed some other issues.
Import DataView with more than 65,536 Records and useful enhancements with Aspose.Cells for .NET 7.2.0
We are pleased to announce the release of Aspose.Cells for .NET 7.2.0. This month’s release provides extensive support for the DataView object and now you can import more than 65,536 records; this was a restriction in the older versions. An important enhancement is also made for the ComboBox control for XLSM file format. Moreover, we have fixed a number of bugs, one of them is: “Build Error C2686” for C++ users especially.