Java and .NET Developers can now insert OLE Objects such as another Word document or Excel chart in your current word document by using Aspose.Words for .NET and Aspose.Words for Java library and they have introduced a new method to insert an embedded or linked OLE object from a file into a Word document.
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Aspose.Words’ rendering engine now partially supports EUDC (End-User-Defined-Characters) fonts. Find the description of how EUDC fonts work on Windows here.
In this first implementation, Aspose.Words uses a single EUDC font. When rendering a document to fixed-page formats, this font is searched among the specified font sources by “EUDC” family name.
Starting from Aspose.Words 14.3.0, Best Fit position of data labels in pie charts is partially supported. In previous versions labels with best fit position were rendered as if they had the inside end position. Currently they use a modified Open Office algorithm to set the best fit position of data labels. The list of new and improved features in this release is listed below:
Public API for insertion of OLE objects both linked and embedded
Outline, Shadow, Reflection, Glow and Fill text effects for rendering text inside DrawingML shapes
Aspose.Words is a word processing component that enables .NET, Java & Android applications to read, write and modify Word documents without using Microsoft Word. Other useful features include document creation, content and formatting manipulation, mail merge abilities, reporting features, TOC updated/rebuilt, Embedded OOXML, Footnotes rendering and support of DOCX, DOC, WordprocessingML, HTML, XHTML, TXT and PDF formats (requires Aspose.Pdf). It supports both 32-bit and 64-bit operating systems. User can even use Aspose.Words for .NET to build applications with Mono.
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