Aspose.Words for .NET 20.3 is released!

This month we managed to deliver 72 improvements and fixes including 18 Enterprise and Priority support issues. Totally, 110 issues have been processed in the latest release of Aspose.Words for .NET. Updates for Xamarin Platform Starting with Aspose.Words 20.3, the support of Xamarin is changed. In earlier versions, we provided separate DLLs for Xamarin.Android, Xamarin.Mac and Xamarin.iOS. Now Xamarin developers can use Aspose.Words for .NET Standard in all the above-mentioned platforms.
March 10, 2020 · 2 min · Andrey Noskov

Aspose.Words for .NET 20.2 is released

Despite the public holidays, this month was finished with good productivity, 57 improvements and fixes (with 4 Enterprise and 3 Priority Support issues among them) were included to this regular monthly release. Totally 105 issues were processed. Loading PDF documents is now supported by Aspose.Words for .NET Standard. This is the first file format codec included as plugin in Aspose.Words. To make loading PDF documents work in your .NET Core application, you should add a reference to Aspose.
February 6, 2020 · 2 min · Andrey Noskov

Aspose.Words for .NET 20.1 is released

Aspose.Words .NET/Rendering Team implemented direct embedding of OpenType fonts as planned feature for PDF 1.7 standard. The preparation of the first release of 3D Effects Rendering through OpenGL is ongoing. Also, various tasks related to SmartArt Cold Rendering support were investigated and achieved.
January 7, 2020 · 1 min · Andrey Noskov

Convert Word Documents to PDF in C# .NET

Various .NET libraries let you convert Word documents to PDF in C#. However, you often face issues in the converted PDF document, i.e., disturbed layout, slow conversion, etc. So why not try a high-speed and high-fidelity converter that allows you to convert Word DOC to PDF in a few simple steps? Read more…
January 2, 2020 · 5 min · Usman Aziz

Converting Word Documents to PDF with Aspose.Words

Aspose.Words for .NET 6.0 introduces a new direct to PDF document conversion (see Converting Word to PDF - A complete guide). This means there are now two ways to convert documents to PDF and this deserves some explanation. Legacy Method As you can see the “old” method was to use Aspose.Words and Aspose.Pdf working together. This was the solution we choose as “fastest to the market” and it was the only one possible at the time.
December 12, 2008 · 3 min · Romank