Release Notes: This release added the ability to render text as text rather than as graphical objects when printing documents. The printing feature was made more robust when using the Document and PdfViewer classes. One of the new features regarding document conversion is During conversion from PDF to MS Word, headers and footers are now converted properly. Many classes including Table, Row, Cell, MarginInfo, BorderInfo, etc. are now in the Aspose.Pdf namespace rather than in Aspose.Pdf.Generator.
Release Notes: This release added support for converting PDF documents to Excel worksheets. Individual pages of the PDF file appear as separate worksheets. PDF files can now be saved directly to SVG. During PDF to HTML conversion, you can now specify a separate folder for the image files. PDF to PDF/A_1b, PDF to XPS, TIFF to PDF, XSL-FO to PDF, and text extraction are supported.
Release Notes: This release includes new features like PDF-to-EPUB conversion, dynamic XFA to PDF or image conversion, getting the status of a PDF printing job (finding out whether the process completed successfully or got stuck in the middle of execution), and specifying a particular page number to open when viewing the document. PDF-to-EPUB conversion is as simple as EPUB-to-PDF conversion. This release also includes other fixes related to converting PDF to HTML, converting PDF to image, creating tables inside a PDF file, manipulating bookmarks, and converting PDF to PDF/A.
Release Notes: This release provides the long awaited feature that allows you to convert EPUB files to PDF format. With the release of this version, the TextStamp object supports wordwrap. Aspose.Pdf for .NET has been capable of converting a particular PDF page to image formats for some time. This release introduces the feature to export PDF pages to image formats using MediaBox bounds. This feature is introduced in PNG, JPEG, and TIFF devices. The product is also optimized for better PDF to image conversion, and the size of the output images is now smaller.
Release Notes: This new release introduced the ability to create a table of contents inside an existing PDF document. When adding text to existing PDF files using TextFragment, font and absolute position information can now be specified. Performance when converting large text files to PDF format, PDF to XPS, PDF to TIFF, and HTML to PDF was improved.
Release Notes: This release adds text extraction from a particular page region, calculation of a bbox for a character, defining of an outer color of the text, and much more. It has been tested to manipulate large PDF files up to 1.5 GB.