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 now supports simple and advanced PDF to HTML conversion. The simplest conversion of PDF to HTML can be accomplished with two lines of code, and the output can be displayed in a Web browser. Other features introduced in this release are the conversion of MHT to PDF format, extracting signature information from digitally signed PDF file, exporting PDF bookmarks to an XML file, performance improvements for PDF concatenation, and several other enhancements.
Release Notes: This release introduces a new feature which lets you convert PDF documents to XML (MobiXML) and a feature to determine whether the source PDF file is signed. As shown on the blog page, you can verify whether the source PDF file is signed without providing the signature name. This release enhances the features PDF-to-DOC conversion, customization in saving and referencing images during PDF-to-HTML conversion, PDF-to-image conversion, PDF-to-PDF/A conversion, and image-to-PDF conversion.
Release Notes: Annotation manipulation was improved. The document object model in the Aspose.Pdf namespace now has the capability to create tables in PDF documents, and while generating the table, you can specify border information for table and cell objects. Double borders around table and cell objects can also be created.
Release Notes: This release introduces a new feature in Aspose.Pdf for .NET that allows developers to only restrict numeric values to be entered inside Form fields. It provides great capabilities for converting PDF files to DOC, DOCX, Image, HTML, and various other formats. During the PDF to HTML conversion process, the images inside a PDF are saved with SVG compression, but you may consider saving them in raster format (PNG/JPEG) so that the size of images is reduced. Recently, one of the customers had the requirement to split the CSS file based on individual pages instead of generating a single CSS file.
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.