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Convert XML-FO, XSL, VSDM, VSSM, VSTM and LaTeX file formats using in GroupDocs.Conversion for .NET

 
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This monthly release, new file formats like XML-FO/ XSL, VSDM, VSSM, VSTM and LaTeX support are introduced along with new features like "Option to set Zoom when Converting to HTML" and "Improved Memory Usage".



New Features
  • Implemented support for conversion from XML-FO/XSL to PDF
  • Option to set zoom when converting to HTML
  • Conversion Support for VSDM, VSSM, VSTM file format
  • Implement conversion from LaTeX format
  • Slide zoom level property for PPTX to HTML file format


  • Improvements and Fixes
  • Improved Slides To HTML Saver
  • Improvement – Speed when converting from cells
  • Memory Usage is Improved
  • Remove empty rows and columns before saving document in Cells to Image and PDF Conversion
  • Tables borders are showing grid-line – property was not working in PPTX to PDF Conversion


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