Release Notes: There are 75 improvements and fixes included in this release. Some important issues addressed in this release are creation of PDF documents with access permissions, documents that contained DrawingML Charts and saved to DOCX by Aspose.Words failing to open in Microsoft Word, creation of encrypted PDF documents, and many other important issues. Some new features were added, like support PDF for document encryption, the ability to output list labels to RTF, support for color definitions in DrawingML, and basic fills in DML rendering.
Release Notes: 156 issues and features are addressed in this release. Text wrapping around shapes is supported quite well now when exporting to PDF, XPS, and printing. Also, ADDRESSBLOCK and GREETINGLINE fields are now fully functional during Aspose.Words mail merge. Using the new ShapeRenderer class, users can convert any shape from a Microsoft Word document into a raster or metafile image or render to a .NET Graphics object to their liking. Aspose.Words can render any document into SWF format. The resulting SWF contains the document pages and an embedded document viewer.
Release Notes: This release includes support for converting any Word document to SWF. The produced SWF embeds a little viewer that displays the document. It is now possible to verify digital signatures on DOC, OOXML, and OpenOffice documents. There there are many rendering improvements, improvements to rendering to XML, EPUB, HTML, and MHTML, DOC and ODT improvements, and much more. Various bugs were fixed.
Release Notes: This version includes support for rendering both endnotes and footnotes to PDF. Several problems related to a font in a document were changed. Other losses of formatting were successfully resolved in this version. Now users can quickly jump to the API topics from the programmers' guide because references to API members in the documentation are hyperlinked.
Release Notes: There are some breaking changes in the public API. All events and delegates were replaced with properties and interfaces. GDI+ is no longer used for text measurements, and all Aspose components are now moving towards the Aspose Unified Framework, which provides more consistent and robust public APIs across all Aspose products. The ability to easily distinguish templates and documents with digital signatures or encryption before loading them was added.
Release Notes: This release includes plenty of new and remarkable features. The client profile is now optimized for client applications. The client profile is available for .NET Framework 3.5 and 4.0. Users can compile their project for the client profile in Visual Studio 2008 SP1 or Visual Studio 2010. Aspose.Words for .NET 9.1 does not register Aspose.Words.dll for COM Interop automatically during installation. In earlier versions, Aspose.Words.dll was registered automatically.