Aspose.Newsletter November 2010 Edition is out now

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02 Nov 2010 10:16 PM

Aspose Newsletter for November 2010 has now been published that highlights all the newly supported features offered in the recent releases of its JasperReports exporters, SQL Server rendering extensions, .NET, Java & SharePoint components. This month’s technical article shows how to embed an Excel chart as an OLE object in a PowerPoint presentation.  Also examples of rotate text in a Microsoft Excel spreadsheet cell programmatically and a demo to create ad-hoc reports and great looking charts.

Upcoming products – Aspose.Words version 10.0

We are releasing Aspose.Words version 10.0 soon. To keep the .NET and Java versions of the components in step, we are autoporting code from the .NET product to the Java product. From now on, users of Aspose.Words for Java customers will get the same updates as our Aspose.Words for .NET users. We are grateful for the patience that our Java users have shown while we have been working on this important development. We have a number of blog entries on autoporting on the Aspose.Word blog. Click below to Watch this video to see what our autoporting process.

Product Spotlight – Aspose.Pdf for .NET

Aspose.Pdf for .NET is a .NET component for writing Pdf documents without using Adobe Acrobat. It supports converting HTML, XSL-FO & Word documents to PDF and you can also create PDF by API, XML templates or XSL-FO files. Other supported features include PDF/A-1, PDF linearization, XML meta data, form field creation, bookmark, image formats & security features, hyperlinks, adding footnotes, text & page properties, decimal tab stop, HTML tags and keeping paragraphs together when breaking page. To support you further, we have made a wide variety of documentation, articles, video tutorials and other information available from the documentation section of our website. Our support team is also here when you need them. Download the free Aspose.Pdf for .NET trial version.

Technical Article – Working Solution for Chart Re-sizing

An Excel chart embedded as an OLE object in a PowerPoint presentation using Aspose.Slides for Java has different sizes before and after chart activation. This is caused by the fact that the spreadsheet and the OLE object each has a set size. When a chart is activated from a PowerPoint slide, a certain amount of negotiation is performed between the two applications. This affects the size of the embedded object when it is closed again. Working with Microsoft, we found a solution to this issue. Click here to read the complete article about Working Solution for Chart Re-sizing.

Updates about new product releases

Tutorial Video – Filtering Data using Aspose.Report for .NET

Aspose.Report for .NET can be used to create ad-hoc reports and great looking charts. This month's tutorial shows how to filter data in disconnected mode, or without loading it into a data table. A web application created in Microsoft visual Studio illustrates how Aspose.Report for .NETs AdHoc.Web component can be used to filter the data. The result is a report with light-weight filtering built in a little over 12 minutes. Click below to watch Video Filtering Data using Aspose.Report for .NET.

Migration from Excel to Aspose.Cells – Rotating Text in Cells

Do you need to rotate (change the orientation of) text in a Microsoft Excel spreadsheet cell programmatically? You can do that using Visual Studio Tools for Office, or, removing VSTO from the equation, Aspose.Cells. We show both methods in this article that compares using VSTO (C#, VB) and Aspose.Cells for .NET (C#, VB) to rotate text from within your application. Find out how. Find out how to Rotating Text in Cells

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