Release Notes: This release can now see up to 50% conversion speed improvements during document conversion. It is built primarily to work with Microsoft Word documents. It is renowned for its high level of support for Word document features, and now has the lists to prove it. There is also a list that describes the HTML tags that are written for a particular document feature during export to HTML. These lists have been made as accurate as possible and are continually being improved. It also includes Introduction of the “Mustache” Template Syntax for Mail Merge.
Release Notes: The HTML engine was overhauled with better support for CSS features and improved overall performance. Rendering documents to PDF with PDF/A-1a compliance level is now supported. This compliance encompasses all of the requirements of PDF/A-1b which Aspose.Words already supports and ensures that the document can be searched and repurposed.
Release Notes: This release adds a new option to the PdfSaveOptions class PageMode which controls how the PDF should appear and what internal windows in the PDF document should be initially displayed when opened in the PDF reader. When you create a new Microsoft Word document via the Explorer context menu (right click and choose New Microsoft Word Document), a blank file with no content is created as a placeholder for the document. Aspose.Words will detect and handle these types of files so you can now open such documents directly via the constructor.
Release Notes: Supports for saving to PostScript format was added. When an MS Word document has editing restrictions and is marked to allow no changes, you can now add exceptions and allow specific users to edit certain ranges of a document. Protected ranges are preserved correctly when saving to and from DOC, DOCX, WML, and RTF. Two nodes were added to the document object model, including a façade class that allows easy access to the range of a single entity.
Release Notes: The Open XML Paper Specification (called OpenXPS for short) is an XML-based fixed document format often used in rendering and printing. Integration of a new HTML parser in both Aspose.Words for .NET and Java that conforms to the HTML 5 standards is complete. This means that HTML documents loaded into Aspose.Words are now properly read and interpreted compared to the old parser, which did not conform to HTML 5 standards. This release includes further improvements to the API, including the hotly requested feature Data Binding to Custom XML properties.
Release Notes: This release provides support for building and updating MS Word INDEX fields. Index entries are marked using the XE field. Several new SDT features were added, including binding of structured document tags to document properties. The HTML parser now conforms to the HTML 5 specification.