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New arrival of Aspose.Words for SQL Server Reporti

New arrival of Aspose.Words for SQL Server Reporti
Aspose.Words for Reporting Services is a rendering extension for Microsoft SQL Server 2005 Reporting Services that allows exporting reports in the DOC, RTF and WordprocessingML formats. All RDL report features, including tables, matrices, charts, tex
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Aspose.Words.Java.2.4.2 Released
2008-05-27 06:56:00
Only one fix included by urgent request: Issue ID Component Summary 4925 Doc ?Unrecognized format of the form field? Exception occurs during opening document. To download: http://www.aspose.com/community/files/51/ file-format-components/aspose.words/entry 128647.aspx 
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Aspose.Words for .NET 5.2.0 Released
2008-05-16 04:02:00
I am happy to announce release of Aspose.Words for .NET 5.2.0 that is now available for download. New Feature: Save as MHTML We have added a new useful feature: save as MHTML. MHTML is a "web archive" or "single file web page" format. An HTML document and all external resources (images and stylesheets) are stored within a single file. MHTML could be a good option if you need to convert documents to HTML. When saving documents as HTML, Aspose.Words saves images into separate files and it could be cumbersome to deal with them. Saving into a single MHTML file allows, for example, to easily email the document. We will soon upload a sample that does just that: uses Aspose.Words + Aspose.Network to mail merge into Word documents and email as HTML.   New Feature: Save as OpenDocument Text (ODT) Finally, we are proud to announce the availability of the long awaited OpenDocument support. It is hard to convert Word documents into OpenDocument, but we've done it. This release a...
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Aspose.Words - the engine of choice for online word processors?
2008-05-02 20:09:00
There is a number of great products already out there built by great companies and great people that incorporate Aspose.Word s for their document processing needs. But I find it especially rewarding when Aspose.Words is used to build a word processing application, especially an online word processor! We've mentioned earlier and got mentioned that the Buzzword team chose Aspose.Words for .NET to use as an engine for loading and saving documents in various formats. We keep working hard to make sure they are happy with Aspose.Words. Our upcoming release will include OpenDocument format (ODF) export that we've promised to Buzzword. This trend seems to continue and we were happy to learn that Zoho Writer  uses Aspose.Words for Java for loading and saving to some of the document formats they support. Thank you all for your continuous interest and trust in Aspose.Words.
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Aspose.Words for Reporting Services 2.2.0.0 Released
2008-04-29 06:14:00
Please welcome another noticeable release of our popular product - Aspose.Words for Reporting Services 2.2.0.0. We've decided to skip a bunch of maintenance releases such as 2.1.X.X mainly because of a couple of new export formats implemented - Hypertext markup language (HTML) Plain text (TXT) We could have added these formats much earlier (since the product is built on the top of Aspose.Words which supports the both), but we were not quite sure the users really needed them. But recently we made sure they did! Moreover, we've made some improvements to the TXT export format, so that tables now preserve their layout when exported to plain text. You can also notice a number of other improvements and fixes that are listed on the download page of the product: http://www.aspose.com/community/files/52/ ssrs-rendering-extensions/aspose.words.re porting.services/default.aspx As ever, we keep working hard on the product as it becomes widely used indeed and more and ...
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Aspose Document Converters for SharePoint Server 2007
2008-04-12 10:56:00
This is a brief update for an article I wrote about a year ago on how to create  Microsoft Office SharePoint Server 2007 DOC to PDF (and other) document converters using Aspose components. A Bit of History We have published the article initially at CodeProject in the SharePoint section. The article was actually quite popular and received lots of hits. However, after a few months it was deleted by CodeProject. The reason given for deletion was "the article promotes a commercial product". Haha, they must have been joking... What about all other thousands of articles on CodeProject that promote Visual Studio, SQL Server, Office, Telerik and heaps of other commercial products. As far as I am concerned the article was perfect - it was a programming project with free source code. Interestingly, the article is actually still accessible at CodeProject here http://www.codeproject.com/KB/sharepoint/ DOC2PDF_in_MOSS.aspx and it ranks quite high in Google. Of course...
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OOXML: Don't Repeat Yourself 30 Times!
2008-04-05 14:06:00
It struck me from the first day I saw the OOXML specification how "strange" it is. You know borders in MS Word. I mean those text, paragraph and table borders. Complete specfication for a border takes 6 pages in OOXML. I'd say it is a bit too much for such a simple thing as a border, but that's okay, I guess the more detailed the spec the better. The problem is that this 6 pages border specification is repeated in the OOXML document 30 times. Yes, for every left, right, bottom and top border and every type of object you get those 6 pages again and again. As you know any decent programming book will tell you "don't repeat yourself" and "duplication is bad". To me it looks like defining a simple base data type such as integer and repeating its full specification in every place in the documentation it gets used. I am completely lost at why this is the way things done in OOXML and borders is not the only thing that is duplicated. By removing such basic duplication the ...
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DOC, RTF and OOXML export from Microsoft Report Viewer control?
2008-03-29 06:26:00
Found an interesting article http://www.codeproject.com/KB/reporting-s ervices/report-viewer-hack.aspx. This guy is clearly a big fan of Aspose.Words for Report ing Services.  
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Aspose.Words for .NET on Windows Server 2008
2008-03-29 06:20:00
Yes, it works. We've tested Aspose.Words for .NET 5.1.0 installs and works fine on Windows Server 2008 Enterprise x64.  
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Aspose.Words 5.1.0 Released
2008-03-28 08:45:00
There is Aspsoe.Words 5.1.0 available in downloads http://www.aspose.com/community/files/51/ file-format-components/aspose.words/entry 119442.aspx. Here I just wanted to elaborate more on what we've done:   Improvements to DrawingML Import (in OOXML) When we started implementation of Office Open XML export and import features in Aspose.Words about a year ago, Microsoft Word 2007 was storing images and shapes in the VML format inside a DOCX document. All information we could find at that time was saying that DrawingML although part of the Office Open XML specification is only used by Power Point in Office 2007. Apparently we were mistaken. Now after a year of hard work we have a good level of support (as you can see from our conformance spreadsheet) for OOXML import and export since Aspose.Words 5.0.0. But sometime during this year Microsoft Word 2007 "started" to store images and shapes in the DrawingML format and that took us by surprise. We completely missed out on Drawin...
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Aspose.Words with Visual Studio 2008, .NET 3.0 and .NET 3.5
2008-03-26 02:00:00
Yes, it works. We will continue to ship two assemblies: bin et1.1Aspose.Words .dll and bin et2.0Aspose.Words.dll built for .NET 1.1 and .NET 2.0 respectively. bin et2.0Aspose.Words.dll is to be used with: Visual Studio 2005 Visual Studio 2008 .NET Framework 2.0 (with or without SP1) .NET Framework 3.0 (with or without SP1) .NET Framework 3.5 x86 or x64 application bin et2.0Aspose.Words.dll will continue to target .NET Framework 2.0 because it does not use any .NET 3.0 or 3.5 features. A good MSDN article .NET Framework 3.5 Archiecture has more info about this. bin et1.1Aspose.Words.dll is to be used with: Visual Studio 2003 Visual Studio 2002 .NET Framework 1.1 (with or without SP) .NET Framework 1.0 (you need to create a configuration file as shown in the Aspose.Words documentation)  
Aspose.Words for Reporting Services 2.1.0.0 Released
2008-03-13 04:10:00
It's been around a year since we released the first version of Aspose.Words for Reporting Services , and now 2.1 is coming. A rendering extension is not a standalone program, it's rather somewhat like a plug-in, and the goals of a plug-in are to be as easy to install, configure and maintain as possible do its job as good as possible. We truly hope we've achieved these goals. However, we keep working hard on the product in order to make it even closer to perfection. There are always lots of things to investigate and implement, especially in the area of format conversion. The new release is available to download at http://www.aspose.com/community/files/52/ ssrs-rendering-extensions/aspose.words.re porting.services/default.aspx
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Aspose.Words with AJAX Demo
2008-03-05 21:29:00
Here is a great little demo that shows how to invoke Aspose.Words from an ASP.NET application AJAX style. For more info http://www.aspose.com/community/files/51/ aspose.words/entry116156.aspx Aspose.Words for .NET by itself is just a .NET class library for document conversions, report generation and document programmatic access and as such does not have (and does not need) any built-in web or other fancy stuff. Therefore it is very easy to use from any .NET application be it an AJAX, ASP.NET, Windows Forms etc.  
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Aspose.Words for Java 2.4.1 Released
2008-02-29 05:37:00
This is an unusual release. Most releases of Aspose.Words for Java are fixes, improvements or new features ported from the Aspose.Words .NET baseline. But this one is Java-only release.   What?s New   Support for JDK1.6. Although Aspose.Words jar for JDK1.5 works fine under JVM1.6, ?native? 1.6 class files can be loaded more efficiently by the Java 6 Virtual Machine. Several sources state up to 15-20% performance improvement. Therefore we now include a separate Aspose.Words jar built for JDK1.6. No more external libraries. Since this release all external libraries are  obfuscated into Aspose.Words jar ? you can see only license files. No more jar hell. JavaDoc improvements. We use our own javadoc generation tool that better fits Aspose.Words structure so the user can get  help more easily. The tool automatically generates documentation both .NET and Java API reference from single .NET XML documentation. Most not...
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Aspose.Words for .NET 5.0.1 Released
2008-02-19 06:18:00
This is a maintenance release with a good number of fixes. Thank you to the customers who reported and waited for their fixes patiently. Issue ID Component Summary 4382 DOC Document can?t be opened by MSWord 2007 after processing using AW. 4237 DOC Table alignment does not work in created DOC files - probably FIB problem 3997 DOC Get rid of DocPr.ExtraBytes 3690 DOC ?Unrecognized format of the form field? exception occurs during opening document. 3532 DOC The dropdown form fields are disappearing from document after converting from rtf to doc 1068 DOC Support writing of styles in Word 2007 format 971 DOC Hack remaining undocumented document properties. 4440 DOCX ?Cannot find form field node in a form field declaration? exception occurs during saving DOCX. 4433 DOCX ?FileCorruptedException? exception occurs during opening DOCX file. 4391 DOCX Page numbers are lost when loading DOCX 4390 DOCX Selected (checked) check boxes become unselected 4356 DOCX ?System.Invali...
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Implementing conditional logic for Word documents using Aspose.Words
2008-02-17 06:55:00
This guy Pascal (sorry cannot find any more info) has written an interesting series of articles called Implementing conditional logic for Word documents using Aspose.Words . Basically, this is a feature we get a lot of requests for and he went out and implemented it himself. We are very impressed with the extent of work he has done. Hats off to Pascal. This is not the first time a customer implements some required feature before we at Aspose get to implement it. An interesting story can be told about HTML export in Aspose.Words, it was also written by a customer before it was available in Aspose.Words. When customers choose to spend so much time programming with our component, we really appreciate that. It is a very good sign, it means Aspose.Words is getting accepted by the developer community. From our side, let me assure you we are doing the best we can to please developers - our users. If there is a feature missing - rest assured, it is coming. We just have a bit too ma...
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What People Say about Aspose.Words
2008-02-16 09:58:00
David Coletta, Buzzwordhttp://www.colettas.org/?p=222 Doug Mahugh, Open XML file formatshttp://blogs.msdn.com/dmahugh/comm ents/7672750.aspx Ryan Ackley, http://www.textmining.org/http://collabow riter.blogspot.com/2007/08/word-file-form at-as-career.html Thanks.
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Xls2Doc - Excel to Word conversion using Aspose.Cells and Aspose.Words
2008-02-09 17:50:00
We have published an interesting demo project that you might find useful. This demo project uses Aspose.Cells for .NET, Aspose.Word s for .NET and about 1200 lines of custom code to convert Microsoft Excel workbooks to Microsoft Word documents. Using this project, you can convert from any load format supported by Aspose.Cells (XLS, OOXML XLSX, SpreadsheetML, CSV and tab delimited) to any save format supported by Aspose.Words (DOC, OOXML DOCX, RTF, WordprocessingML, HTML, PDF). For more info see the download page http://www.aspose.com/Community/Files/51/ aspose.words/entry112559.aspx  
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Use Aspose.Words in a PHP Project
2008-02-09 08:53:00
We have a great new article about how to use Aspose.Words in a PHP project. You can use either Aspose.Words for .NET or Aspose.Words for Java. The article discusses pros and cons of both approaches and shows essential techniques such as creating objects, calling methods, accessing properties, using enumerations and so on. http://www.aspose.com/Documentation/File- Management-components/Aspose.Words/Utiliz e-Aspose-Words-in-PHP-Project s.html By the way, this is also a chance to preview the new Aspose-wide documentation system.  
Aspose.Words for .NET 5.0.0 Released
2008-02-08 07:49:00
Please welcome our next major release of Aspose.Words for .NET! The main feature in Aspose.Words for .NET 5.0.0 is load and save of Office Open XML documents reaching its Release status. To download http://www.aspose.com/Community/Files/51/ aspose.words/default.aspx Why Major Version Change? Because we've done a lot. Here is a list of features that we have gradually added since Aspose.Words for .NET 4.0.0 released back in October 2006: Load and save Office Open XML documents. Load and save RTF documents. Load and save Microsoft Word 2003 WordprocessingML documents. Save in OpenDocument (ODT) format (Beta). 64-bit and Windows Vista support. Numerous improvements and fixes in all areas.   New Save Formats Have a look at the updated SaveFormat enum, it includes the following new formats: SaveFormat.Docx - Saves the document as a Microsoft Office 2007 Open XML Document (macro-free). SaveFormat.Docm - Saves the document as a Microsoft Office 2007 Open XML Macro-En...
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Aspose.Words Family History
2008-02-07 01:26:00
Here is a brief history of what we've been up to since 2003. Thank you to all customers and the team who've made it possible. Looking forward for more exciting features. ?Aspose.Words for .NET ?1.0 Open and save DOC, mail merge. ?2.0 Open and save HTML, PDF, nested tables, .NET 2.0. ?3.0 Document object model, bullets and numbers API, embedded fonts. ?4.0 All graphics objects and shapes. Save to RTF and WordprocessingML. ?4.2 Open RTF and WordprocessingML. ?4.3 64-bit support. Windows Vista support, save DOCX. ?5.0 Open and save Office Open XML (DOCX). ?Future: own rendering to printer, PDF, XPS, TIFF. ?Open Document Format (ODT) support. ?Field calculation and update. ?Parent-child mail merge. ?Full support for CSS. ?Aspose.Words for Java ?1.0 Open and save DOC, mail merge, document object model. ?2.0 All graphics objects, images, OLE. ?2.1 HTML export. ?2.2 HTML import. ?2.4 Open and save HTML, save DOCX. ?Future: Match all Aspose.Words for .NET features.  ...
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Use Cases for Loading and Saving OOXML documents in Aspose.Words
2008-01-25 19:50:00
I'm inviting you to participate in shaping up of the Aspose.Words API again.   Brief Description of the Problem DOCX are macro-free files and .DOCM are macro-enabled files and Microsoft Word 2007 is quite serious about enforcing the "file extension vs actual file type" relationship. Rename a .DOCM file with a VBA project into a .DOCX file and open in MS Word, it will fail saying the document is invalid. It will not give any other explanation, it will just say XML is invalid or something like that. With the existing Aspose.Words API it will be very easy for users to generate .DOCX files that contain VBA projects. For example, when converting .DOC into .DOCX. Such files will fail to open in MS Word 2007 saying the document is invalid. This will bring a storm of support requests. We need to do better than that and make it clear to the users what they are doing.   Analysis of the Existing Open/Save API User can open a file (load into Aspose.Words.Document object in...
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Use Cases for Loading and Saving OOXML documents in Aspose.Words
2008-01-25 19:50:00
I'm inviting you to participate in shaping up of the Aspose.Words API again.   Brief Description of the Problem DOCX are macro-free files and .DOCM are macro-enabled files and Microsoft Word 2007 is quite serious about enforcing the "file extension vs actual file type" relationship. Rename a .DOCM file with a VBA project into a .DOCX file and open in MS Word, it will fail saying the document is invalid. It will not give any other explanation, it will just say XML is invalid or something like that. With the existing Aspose.Words API it will be very easy for users to generate .DOCX files that contain VBA projects. For example, when converting .DOC into .DOCX. Such files will fail to open in MS Word 2007 saying the document is invalid. This will bring a storm of support requests. We need to do better than that and make it clear to the users what they are doing.   Analysis of the Existing Open/Save API User can open a file (load into Aspose.Words.Document object in...
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Aspose.Words OOXML import is coming out of Beta soon! Part 1
2007-12-31 07:46:00
As you might already know we are working hard to provide great support for Office Open XML in Aspose.Words . Here is a bit of timeline: 2007-08-22 Aspose.Words for .NET 4.4 with export to Microsoft Office 2007 Open XML (DOCX) released. 2007-10-13 Aspose.Words for .NET 4.4.1 with import of DOCX files Beta  released. 2007-12-27 Aspose.Words for Java 2.4 with export to DOCX released. Since the release in October 2007, import of DOCX files is still in Beta, but we are successfully finalizing it. A production release is planned for January 2008. We have created a detailed Aspose.Words to OOXML conformance specification and I'm working on an overview document. Here is a sneak peek for you. More to come. Office Open XML in Aspose.Words Aspose.Words allows to import and export Office Open XML (OOXML) documents. Import ing a document means loading it into an Aspose.Words Document object. Exporting means saving an Aspose.Words Document object to a file or stream. Aspose.Words support...
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Aspose.Words OOXML import is coming out of Beta soon! Part 1
2007-12-31 07:46:00
As you might already know we are working hard to provide great support for Office Open XML in Aspose.Words . Here is a bit of timeline: 2007-08-22 Aspose.Words for .NET 4.4 with export to Microsoft Office 2007 Open XML (DOCX) released. 2007-10-13 Aspose.Words for .NET 4.4.1 with import of DOCX files Beta  released. 2007-12-27 Aspose.Words for Java 2.4 with export to DOCX released. Since the release in October 2007, import of DOCX files is still in Beta, but we are successfully finalizing it. A production release is planned for January 2008. We have created a detailed Aspose.Words to OOXML conformance specification and I'm working on an overview document. Here is a sneak peek for you. More to come. Office Open XML in Aspose.Words Aspose.Words allows to import and export Office Open XML (OOXML) documents. Import ing a document means loading it into an Aspose.Words Document object. Exporting means saving an Aspose.Words Document object to a file or stream. Aspose.Words suppo...
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Aspose.Words for Java 2.4.0.0 Released
2007-12-28 02:58:00
We are very proud to announce that Aspose.Words for Java now supports Export to Microsoft Office 2007 Open XML (DOCX) format! More Info The set of DOCX features supported by Aspose.Words is comprehensive. Only the following limitations are applicable in the current version:       Embedded OLE objects are exported as pictures, not as OLE objects.       VBA projects (macros) and ActiveX controls are not exported to DOCX.       Embedded fonts are not exported to DOCX.       Revisions to tables and rows are not exported to DOCX.       Document protection password is not exported to DOCX. To download http://www.aspose.com/Community/Files/51/ aspose.words/entry107226.aspx The Aspose.Words Online Demo was also updated to showcase generation of DOCX files.
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Aspose.Words for Java 2.4.0.0 Released
2007-12-28 02:58:00
We are very proud to announce that Aspose.Words for Java now supports Export to Microsoft Office 2007 Open XML (DOCX) format! More Info The set of DOCX features supported by Aspose.Words is comprehensive. Only the following limitations are applicable in the current version:       Embedded OLE objects are exported as pictures, not as OLE objects.       VBA projects (macros) and ActiveX controls are not exported to DOCX.       Embedded fonts are not exported to DOCX.       Revisions to tables and rows are not exported to DOCX.       Document protection password is not exported to DOCX. To download http://www.aspose.com/Community/Files/51/ aspose.words/entry107226.aspx The Aspose.Words Online Demo was also updated to showcase generation of DOCX files.
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Aspose.Words for .NET 4.4.3 Released
2007-12-20 09:01:00
Here is a next release with improvements and fixes to DOCX import (which is still in Beta) and others. Notes A great new feature is support for picture bullets. It was highly demanded by users. Picture bullets are custom images used for bullets instead of text bullets or numbers. Picture bullets are now supported in DOC, RTF, WordML, DOCX and export to PDF formats in Aspose.Words . An important fix for defect 4091 where hyperlink targets in imported DOCX files were altered by Aspose.Words. Bear with us as we continue to develop and test the Office OpenXML (DOCX) import module. It still remains "Beta", but it will become a release very soon. In this version we have tested document properties, fields, footnotes, headers/footers, paragraphs, runs and sections. There is still lists, styles, tables and shapes to check and finalize. Issue ID Component Summary 4092 DOC ?Aspose.Words.FileCorruptedException? exception occurs during opening document. 3767...
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Aspose.Words for .NET 4.4.3 Released
2007-12-20 09:01:00
Here is a next release with improvements and fixes to DOCX import (which is still in Beta) and others. Notes A great new feature is support for picture bullets. It was highly demanded by users. Picture bullets are custom images used for bullets instead of text bullets or numbers. Picture bullets are now supported in DOC, RTF, WordML, DOCX and export to PDF formats in Aspose.Words . An important fix for defect 4091 where hyperlink targets in imported DOCX files were altered by Aspose.Words. Bear with us as we continue to develop and test the Office OpenXML (DOCX) import module. It still remains "Beta", but it will become a release very soon. In this version we have tested document properties, fields, footnotes, headers/footers, paragraphs, runs and sections. There is still lists, styles, tables and shapes to check and finalize. Issue ID Component Summary 4092 DOC ?Aspose.Words.FileCorruptedException? exception occurs during opening document. 3767...
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Aspose.Words for Reporting Services 2.0.3.0 Released
2007-12-11 02:38:00
This is a maintenance release getting us a bit closer to perfect conversion of RDL reports to editable Microsoft Word documents. We have fixed a number of bugs reported by our users as well as polished the export by adding and debugging some more smart conversion algorithms. Besides, we have changed the way some report items (such as table rows) are exported. What's fixed Fixed a number of issues when exporting reports to editable Word documents. To download visit http://www.aspose.com/Community/Files/52/ aspose.words.reporting.services/default.a spx
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Aspose.Words for Reporting Services 2.0.3.0 Released
2007-12-11 02:38:00
This is a maintenance release getting us a bit closer to perfect conversion of RDL reports to editable Microsoft Word documents. We have fixed a number of bugs reported by our users as well as polished the export by adding and debugging some more smart conversion algorithms. Besides, we have changed the way some report items (such as table rows) are exported. What's fixed Fixed a number of issues when exporting reports to editable Word documents. To download visit http://www.aspose.com/Community/Files/52/ aspose.words.reporting.services/default.a spx
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