Saving Workbook to Strict Open XML Format & Rendering Comments from ODP using .NET

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This release has introduced important new features, such as Add support for Strict Open XML format, Rendering of Metafiles ignores fonts loaded with FontsLoader, Rendering comments from ODP format that have no author and support for purl oclc org namespace in Type attribute in “.rels” parts. There are some important bug fixes also part of this release such Rendering presentation with large amount of data in charts consumes all available memory, Enhanced PPT/PPTX to PDF conversion & more.


Lane Cove, NSW, 2066 Australia, September 13, 2018 - (PressReleasePoint) -

What's New in this Release?

Aspose team is happy to share the announcement of Aspose.Slides for .NET 18.8. This is primarily a maintenance release whereby Aspose team has added support for some new features as well. This release has introduced some important new features, such as Add support for Strict Open XML format, Rendering of Metafiles ignores fonts loaded with FontsLoader, Rendering comments from ODP format that have no author and support for “purl oclc.org” namespace in Type attribute in “.rels” parts. There are some important enhancements and bug fixes also part of this release such Rendering presentation with large amount of data in charts consumes all available memory, Existing PPTX table cells changes formatting after assigning text, The embedded data stream is disposed, enhanced PPT to PDF export, Presentation saving in PPS format is fixed, Border around text appears after saving the PPT file, Setting and getting PlotArea X, Y values now working, Data Format label lost when saving pptx, enhnaced rendering of external fonts in SVG, Chart rendering in generated thumbnail is fixed, Chart changes after right click on edit data and many more. This list of new, improved and bug fixes in this release are given below

  • Add support for Strict Open XML format.
  • Rendering of Metafiles ignores fonts loaded with FontsLoader.
  • Rendering comments from ODP format that have no author.
  • Support for “purl.oclc.org” namespace in Type attribute in “.rels” parts.
  • Rendering presentation with large amount of data in charts consumes all available memory.
  • Existing PPTX table cells changes formatting after assigning text.
  • The embedded data stream is disposed.
  • PPT to PDF not properly converted.
  • When PPTX is converted to PDF, picture gets blurred.
  • An exception PptxReadException raises while loading the presentation.
  • Exception when cleaning/updating metadata of Strict Open XML Presentation (.pptx).
  • Presentation is not saved in PPS format.
  • Corrupt PDF is generated if Small Caps text is used in presentation.
  • Title text in All Caps is rendered as normal as exported PDF.
  • Border around text appears after saving the PPT file.
  • Axis Labels are not showing in the generated PDF file.
  • EffectTriggerType properties are not working as expected.
  • Chart failed to get edited in PowerPoint if series names are same.
  • PPT presentation can’t contains more than 8 placeholders on PPT saving.
  • Insufficient header length exception on presentation load.
  • Setting and getting PlotArea X, Y values not working.
  • Logo of embedded empty equation block rendered incorrectly.
  • PPTX not converted properly to PDF.
  • SVGOptions.DeletePicturesCroppedAreas works incorrect.
  • Set range not working.
  • Data Format label lost when saving pptx.
  • Pie chart percentage labels are incorrectly rendered in thumbnail.
  • Saving PPTX to PDF can cause text in pie chart labels to be lost.
  • Chart not properly converted to PDF.
  • Improper render of external fonts in SVG.
  • Text get missing and overlapped when exporting to PDF Notes.
  • PPTX not properly converted to PDF.
  • Chart is improperly rendered in generated thumbnail.
  • Strikethrough portion rendering issue.
  • Exception on loading or saving presentation.
  • Setting data label position is not working in Box and Whisker chart.
  • Changing of data labels font size and color has no effect in output presentation.
  • Presentation repair message on opening the Aspose.Slides saved presentation after chart.ChartData.SetRange(range) in PP 2013.
  • Chart changes after right click on edit data.
  • Charts or Images are improperly rendered in generated PDF.

Other most recent bug fixes are also included in this release

Newly added documentation pages and articles

Some new tips and articles have now been added into Aspose.Slides for Java documentation that may guide users briefly how to use Aspose.Slides for performing different tasks like the followings.

Overview: Aspose.Slides for .NET

Aspose.Slides is a .NET component to read, write and modify a PowerPoint document without using MS PowerPoint. PowerPoint versions from 97-2007 and all three PowerPoint formats: PPT, POT, PPS are also supported. Now users can create, access, copy, clone, edit and delete slides in their presentations. Other features include saving PowerPoint slides into PDF, adding & modifying audio & video frames, using shapes like rectangles or ellipses and saving presentations in SVG format, streams or images.

More about Aspose.Slides for .NET

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