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Split Word Document into Multiple Docs within Different File Formats

sher azam
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Joined: Jul 04, 2012
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What is new in this release?

Saaspose development team is very happy to announce the new release of Saaspose.Words. This release allows splitting large Word documents into separate documents using Saaspose.Words REST API. While working with your documents, you may come across scenarios where you want to split the large documents into smaller ones. You can split the documents into separate documents within the MS Word document or different file formats. Splitting one large document into smaller documents of different file formats is an important aspect in document manipulation tasks. It involves a series of steps that need to be performed for getting the desired results. Saaspose.Words eliminates the need of such complicated tasks and makes it hassle free. You can split your MS Word documents using Saaspose.Words REST API in your applications. Whether the size of your document is small or large, Saaspsose.Words splits hundreds of pages of a document into different documents. You may choose the file format while splitting the document such as PDF, image, MS Word documents, etc. Using this feature-rich API in your applications, you can split all pages of the document into new documents and maintain their file names as well. You can also choose to split specific pages to new documents from a single document. The formatting information and content of the document is maintained during the split process and the new files have the same formatting and style. You can directly split the documents on your local system using Saaspose.Words REST API and SDKs without saving the file to Saaspose Storage. It is a single call process that uses split document controller resource; it uploads the files to server, appends the files to the document, sends the converted file back as response stream and deletes the source files from the server. Saaspose.Words allows you to split apart MS Word documents into multiple documents with different file formats. You can divide and save pages of your MS Word documents into separate file uploaded at Amazon S3 storage. You need to upload the input document at Amazon S3 storage and execute the feature in your web or mobile applications. Saaspose.Words is a platform independent REST API and can be used with different programming languages such as .NET, Java, PHP and Ruby. You can utilize our SDK and REST examples to split MS Word documents in the cloud

Overview: Saaspose.Words

Saaspose.Words is a platform independent REST API used for cloud based document creation, manipulation & conversion. It allows converting document to DOC, DOCX, XPS, TIFF, PDF, HTML, SWF & many other formats. It can be used languages like .NET, Java, PHP, Ruby, Rails, Python, jQuery & many others. It can also be integrated with other cloud services to process documents. Other features include Create & modify watermark, content & formatting manipulation, mail merge abilities, reporting features.

More about Saaspose.Words

- Homepage Saaspose.Words
- Split Word Documents (PHP REST)
- Download latest available Saaspose SDKs
- Online documentation for Saaspose.Words
- Ask technical questions/queries from Saaspose Support Team

Contact Information
Aspose Pty Ltd, Suite 163,
79 Longueville Road
Lane Cove, NSW, 2066
Saaspose - Your File Format Experts 2.0
Phone: 1.214.329.1520
Fax: 866.810.9465
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