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:
More examples of Aspose.Words for .NET features missing in OpenXML SDK to deal with Microsoft Word
We are pleased to announce another release of more examples provided by Aspose.Words for .NET features missing in OpenXML Words. These examples show how different tasks can be performed using Aspose.Words for .NET APIs in comparison with OpenXML to work with Microsoft Word and OpenOffice. This project will help you to migrate from OpenXML to Aspose.Words.
What’s New in this Release v 1.1 Below are the list of more example of Missing Features of OpenXML SDK provided by Aspose.
More Code Examples of Aspose.Words for .NET in Comparison with NPOI HWPF and XWPF
We are pleased to announce another release of Aspose.Words for NPOI (HWPF and XWPF) which shows how different tasks can be performed using Aspose.Words .NET APIs in comparison with NPOI. Code Comparison of Aspose Words for .NET with NPOI is helpful for developers who want to compare NPOI with the easiness and flexibility of Aspose.Words for .NET OR migrate from NPOI to Aspose.Words.
What’s New in this Release v 1.1 Below are the features of another release of comparison examples of NPOI with Aspose Words for .
Aspose Newsletter, July 2011
Welcome to Aspose’s July Newsletter
June was a good month for Aspose. In the first week we were listed on the SD Times Top 100. It is inspiring to be on the same list as household names such as Apple, Google and Microsoft. We also saw our online community population pass 130,000 users, firmly holding our position as the world’s largest file format community.
Our support teams have been hard at work and we now have over 50 instructional videos, demonstrating a variety of ways to use Aspose libraries.
Aspose Newsletter June 2011
New Prices Launch July 1st - Buy Now To Beat The Increase
Over the past year we’ve introduced a number of new products, our full Aspose.SharePoint range, the very recent addition of Aspose.Diagram for .NET and Aspose.Network for Java as well as the constant updates of Aspose.Total. Going forward we don’t plan to stand still, we’re heavily investing in our full product range as well as R&D to bring you new file format related products that will help make your life easier and revolutionise your applications.
Aspose Newsletter, May 2011
Our May newsletter introduces Banckle, a new Aspose venture, and DlhSoft, a company that creates project management tools. It also lists our new releases and contains useful technical articles, video tutorials and migration tips.
Aspose Newsletter March 2011
Introducing Rollbase, a cloud computing company, and sharing some thoughts on searches. This month, we also share a technical article on Aspose.Words for .NET, a video about Aspose.Slides for Java, a migration tip for Aspose.Cells for .NET, announce the future merging of Aspose.Pdf and Aspose.Pdf.Kit and the discontinuation of Aspose.Flash and Aspose.Report.
Aspose Newsletter February 2011
Two new products and a busy month ahead
Hi there! I hope 2011 is shaping up for you and that you are managing to keep to your New Year’s resolutions.
Last month my colleague Danny shared that we had a lot of exciting plans in store for 2011 – he wasn’t joking! January was a busy month for us and February is looking equally productive.
Some highlights – this month we’ve released:
Aspose Newsletter January 2011
Happy New Year! Hello! My name is Danny Cooper and I am a member of the business team here at Aspose. I am located in Texas, and I oversee our North American business operations. For the many members of our audience I have not previously met, I’m glad to meet you.
We, Aspose, have a lot of exciting things planned this year, and one of those things is livening up a bit.
Aspose Newsletter December 2010
End of the Year and a Very Special Offer At Aspose we don’t believe in standing still. We’ve nurtured a strong sense of continual improvement in our business and our products. The literally thousands of features and enhancements that we’ve packed into our products this year stands testimony to this. We’ve also registered over 100,000 users at Aspose.com making 2010 the year we became the World’s largest file format community.