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Welcome to the February 2013 newsletter! This month, we share tips and tricks on how to work with Aspose.Cells for .NET, Aspose.Words for Java and Aspose.Pdf for .NET. We hope you find them useful.
If you have not updated your products recently, this is a good time to do so. We released a lot of updates in December and early January: install them to work with the best possible version of your products. Updates are free with a valid subscription. Go to the download page.
We're quickly approaching 200,000 registered users and are planning to celebrate this milestone with prizes. Keep an eye on our blog for updates.
Thank you for reading,
Danny Cooper, Aspose Texas Team Leader
|Product Spotlight – Aspose.Total for Java|
Aspose.Total for Java brings together all of our Java components in one convenient package. If you need several Aspose products, Aspose.Total is the most cost-effective way to get them. Aspose.Total is different from other product collections: you get not just the products we have today, but as long as you have a valid subscription, you also get any new products we release. Find out more about Aspose.Total for Java.
|Technical Article – Copy Cell Styles with Smart Markers in Aspose.Cells for .NET|
Aspose.Cells lets you use smart markers to create designer spreadsheets that contain only the data and formatting you specify. The CopyStyle smart marker attribute lets you copy styles between cells. This technical article shows how to use them.
|Tutorial Video – Using Simple Mail Merge with Aspose.Words for Java|
Aspose.Words for Java helps developers automate all kinds of document creation and processing tasks, for example mail merges. We show you how to write an application that merges data and images into a Microsoft Word document. Watch the tutorial.
|Migration Tip – Export Annotations to XFDF with Aspose.Pdf for .NET|
PDF files are used for sharing information; users can read documents and add annotations. In a document system, this often means that developers need to figure out a way of extracting annotations. Adobe Acrobat automation is one way of doing it; the other is Aspose.Pdf for .NET. We compare the two techniques. Read the migration tip.
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