Chart and SmartArts are lost after saving

To reproduce:

  1. Create a Word document, insert a chart or smart art object (Instert -> Illustrations -> Chart/Smart Art), save the document in Word
  2. Open the document in Aspose and save it (under another name)
  3. Open the (by Aspose saved) document in Word
  4. The diagram or smart art object is lost


Thanks for your request. Unfortunately, currently, Aspose.Words does not support OOXML Diagrams and Charts. Your request has been linked to the appropriate issue. We will let you know once this feature is supported.
Best regards,

Hallo Mr. Noskov,
We have heavily invested in Aspose, and find it somewhat shocking to find that many commonly used features in Word are not supported by Aspose. The daily business is forced to reduce the usage of the possibilities in Word, and thus, instead of a hoped increase in productivity the opposite is the unfortunate result of investing in your product.
The impact of this may become clearer when mentioning the fact, that 2500 - 3000 business communications to customers are generated daily through the usage of Aspose.
We have also not been able to find any statement on your website, which features are not yet supported and a road map to when they would be.
–> Does such a list exist, and if yes, may we have a copy? It is imperative that we inform our daily business that they may set their expectations of the usage of Word with Aspose.
The request is also from us, and an important feature in our company.
We also request to be informed of Aspose’s plans concerning our requests in particular.
Best regards,
Henning Hanson

Hello Henning,

Thanks for your inquiry. Please follow the link to see the tables which provide implementation details about how Aspose.Words saves a document in the PDF, ODT, HTML formats:
Currently we are working on creating such list for each format.
Regarding supporting OOXML Diagrams and Charts, this feature is scheduled on the end of July 2010. You will be notified as soon as it is supported.
Best regards,

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