Hi, I am using Aspose Words for converting HTML into .docx document. So far so good. For this I am using InsertHtml() function. In my HTML I have mostly tables, which have some issue with cellpadding, but I got arround that in some ugly way. My question is, can I create a table in HTML, add it some HTML tag, like Id or Name, to give this table a title? I noticed that Table (Aspose Library class) has this property but I don’t know what to do in HTML so that when InsertHTML() is done I get to have Title property set in Table instances.
Your help would be really appriciated.
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Hi, thanks for a quick reply. Ok, great. Just out of curiosity, if I have 5 tables in my HTML that are being converted into Word document, how can I differentiate these tables properly? Is there a way to do this now?
You can insert a hidden bookmark inside first cell of first row in each table like this:
<a name="_bm1"></a> // For first table
<a name="_bm2"></a> // For second table
<a name="_bm3"></a> // For third table and so on
See attached HTML (SampleHtml.zip (599 Bytes)) and try running the following code:
Document doc = new Document();
DocumentBuilder builder = new DocumentBuilder(doc);
Table tbl1 = (Table)doc.GetChildNodes(NodeType.Table, true);
Bookmark bm1 = tbl1.FirstRow.FirstCell.Range.Bookmarks["_bm1"];
if (bm1 != null)
Console.WriteLine("Yes, this is first table");
Thank you, I will give it a try in few days.