Aspose Newsletter for August 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 add PDF bookmarks when converting a spreadsheet to PDF file. Also several examples of manipulating PDF files using Adobe Acrobat Automation and Aspose.Pdf.Kit & a demo for converting an Outlook MSG file to a PDF file.
Aspose.Network for Java is released
At Aspose we continually strive to bring new and exciting products to our customers. After the enormous success of Aspose.Network for .NET, we are very excited to announce the release of our new product, Aspose.Network for Java. With Aspose.Network for Java you can develop Java applications that read and write Microsoft Outlook® MSG files without using Microsoft Outlook®. Click here to View complete details.
Aspose.Words for Reporting Services is a unique solution for exporting RDL and RDLC reports as OOXML, DOC, RTF and WordprocessingML documents from within Microsoft SQL Server Reporting Services. Aspose.Words for Reporting Services works with Microsoft SQL Server 2000, 2005 or 2008 Reporting Services, as well as Microsoft Report Viewer 2005 and 2008. Click here to View the complete details.
Technical Article : Adding bookmarks to a PDF ngfrom Excel spreadsheets
Bookmarks drastically improve the navigation of long PDF documents. In this month's featured article, we show you how to add PDF bookmarks when converting a spreadsheet to PDF file using Aspose.Cells for Java. Click here to View the complete article.
Tutorial Video : Convert Outlook MSG file to Adobe PDF document
Do you need to change an image already added to the Layout slides for a PPTX file? We have a tutorial that shows you how to do that, step by step, using Aspose.Slides for .NET.. You can view the video here
Migration from Adobe Acrobat Automation to Aspose with Aspose.Pdf.Kit for .NET
Filling form fields programmatically is a common task while manipulating PDF files. Adobe Acrobat Automation and Aspose.Pdf.Kit for .NET both provide this functionality and our migration article shows you examples of both. Using Aspose.Pdf.Kit for .NET for this same task is easy and you can achieve your goal with fewer lines of code. You can find the complete details here:
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