Aspose.Words for SharePoint allows you to convert documents within the Microsoft SharePoint applications. It supports multiple document formats like PDF, DOCX, DOC, RTF, MHT, TXT, XML, ODT, EPUB, and XPS. It is designed to be used with Windows SharePoint Services and Microsoft Office SharePoint Server 2007 (standard and enterprise). You can also use different valuable options during conversion setup like converting files in subfolders or saving destination folder options.
|Tags||Sharepoint RTF XML PDF Workflow file conversion format conversion docx doc|
|Operating Systems||Unix Linux Windows|
|Implementation||VB.NET C# .NET|
Release Notes: Enhancements to content width calculation inside table cells, layout performance, HTML and MHTML import, metafile rendering performance, text wrapping for section breaks, and much more. This release also included support for compatibility options in layout, rendering of table diagonal borders, and document structure output for PDF/A-1a compliance.
Release Notes: This release supports rendering of DrawingML Charts 3D mode and VML perspective shadow rendering, improves some important features (including style handing in Tables, resiliency code for ODT, RTF, and DOCX, outline rendering to PDF and XPS, multi-level bookmark rendering, memory performance for large documents, DML Charts, pagination of footnotes, and text wrapping), improves pagination of footnotes, and implements character paragraph indentation.
Release Notes: This new release supports the new DrawingML charts rendering features. It also added support for binary OLE objects in OpenDocument (ODT) documents and import of SVG images in HTML. Rendering of special RTL characters, content of SDT tags, and layout of nested objects and tables were improved. DIV elements in HTML, 3D effects rendering for VML shapes, and non-binary OLE objects in ODT are now fully supported.
Release Notes: This release includes support for embedded EMF+ metafile rendering and font style simulation while rendering to PDF. It also improved rendering of gray colors to PDF for proper printing, PDF A1/B compatibility, and EMF rendering, and made numerous improvements in TOC update. The TOC now looks identical to MS Word in almost all test cases. Better validation of generated DOCX documents through OpenXML SDK 2.0 was provided, along with support for signature image rendering for digital signature lines in rendered PDF documents.
Release Notes: This release includes the addition of a compile-time check for the workflow destination URL parameter. This release also updates the example of a report definition with SPQuery in the user documentation. The .apsx file header comments were updated with the user <%= %> directive. The logging test fails under SP 2010.