Need to Perform a Wide Range of Document Processing Tasks Directly within your .NET or Java applications?
Aspose.Words for .NET and Java are native APIs that give you a wide range of options for working with Microsoft Word and similar file formats like RTF, XPS, and Office Open XML. With Aspose.Words you can generate, modify, convert, render and print documents in your applications.
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Aspose.Note for Java will be Released Soon!
We are pleased to share that Aspose.Note for Java API will soon be launched. The API will enable Java application developers to manipulate OneNote documents in their applications without worrying about the underlying complexity of the Microsoft OneNote file format. Find Out More.
Create, Manipulate and Convert Spreadsheet documents in iOS apps using Aspose.Cells Cloud SDK for Objective C
Aspose.Cells Cloud is a REST API that helps you create, manipulate and convert spreadsheets in the cloud. It allows you to work with all aspects of spreadsheets: worksheets, rows, columns, cells, text, data, images, links, comments, formulas, charts, and many more. Read More.
Improved PDF rendering support available in Aspose.Slides for .NET 15.8.0
The presentation rendering support has been enhanced for exporting to PDF, PDF Notes and HTML formats. The issue of missing charts and its entities like charts legends in generated PDF and slide thumbnails have been rectified in this release. See All New Features.
Listing Messages and Folders from Exchange Server with Paging Support using Aspose.Email for Java 5.8.0
This release includes enhancements to the existing functionality of the API and bug fixes that results in the overall API stability. It provides the capability to retrieve messages and folders from the Exchange Server with paging support. Learn more.
From The Library
Add a WordArt Watermark to Spreadsheets using Aspose.Cells
Use WordArt to add special text effects to spreadsheets. For example, stretch a title across the top of the file, decorate text, and make text fit a preset shape, or apply text to an Excel sheet as a background watermark. The WordArt becomes an object that you can move or position in spreadsheets to add decoration. See How.
Compare Two Word Documents using Aspose.Words
You can use Document.Compare method to compare two documents to see the difference between them. This method mimics Microsoft Word’s Compare feature and produces document difference as number of edit and format revisions. The main idea is that if we reject all revisions then we get document which is equal to original document. In contrary if we accept all revisions then we get final (comparison target) document. Review Documentation.
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