In case of Aspose.Words, you can use CertificateHolder.Certificate.Export method. Please check for more details. In case of Aspose.Cells, you can use the code from Aspose.Cells.DigitalSignatures.DigitalSignatureCollection Class
A new feature request to support this feature in Aspose.Slides has been logged into our issue tracking system as SLIDESNET-36854. We will keep you updated on this issue in this thread.
Please provide me real code snippets how to achieve what you’ve suggested.
Aspose.Words code will also give you the certificates used to sign documents. New feature requests to support saving VBA certificates to files or streams have been logged for Aspose.Words and Aspose.Cells as WORDSNET-12459 and CELLSNET-43938 respectively.
We will keep you updated on these issues in this thread.
class that supports to check whether the signature of vba is valid or not. Please check it and let us know if you still want an API to export certificate to a file or stream
to validate the signature of vba.
>>>Please check it and let us know if you still want an API to export certificate to a file or stream
Thanks for using Aspose.Cells.
We have fixed your following issue.
- CELLSNET-43938 - Support exporting VBA certificate to file or stream
Please download and try the latest fix: Aspose.Cells for .NET v184.108.40.206 and let us know your feedback.
We have added a new API: CertRawData in VbaProject class to get raw data bytes of cert.
Tested on my set of files. No issues found.