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Convert DOC to PDF using Java | Preserve Vertical Top to Bottom Chinese Text in Table Cell | Landray RDM 106059

words source code:
src.zip (4.8 KB)

origin doc:
各部门 (1).doc.zip (10.7 KB)

converted problem:
miss detail_2.png (53.2 KB)
miss detail_1.png (40.7 KB)

It missed some detail after converted,please have a check.

@hucq_landray_com_cn,

We have logged the following issue in our issue tracking system.

  • WORDSNET-20481 : Vertical Chinese Text in Table Cell Lost during Rendering

We will further look into the details of this issue and will keep you updated on the status. We apologize for your inconvenience.

@hucq_landray_com_cn,

We have also noticed that in the “miss detail_1.png” there is an issue in the first (grey) table row where we see extra vertical spacing between lines. We have not analyzed that issue yet as we do not know how to reproduce it on our end. If you know of a way to reproduce that issue, please elaborate it a bit more. Also, please ZIP and attach the Aspose.Words generated output HTML and PDF files here for further testing. Thanks for your cooperation.

@hucq_landray_com_cn,

Regarding WORDSNET-20481, it is to inform you that the issue with text missing in vertically merged cell has now been resolved. The fix of this issue will be included in the 20.9 version of Aspose.Words for Java. We will inform you via this thread as soon as 20.9th version containing the fix of this issue will be released within the first half of next month (September).

We have also found another font substitution issue (i.e. some fonts are different in Aspose.Words generated output) and logged it with ID WORDSNET-20882. This issue has also been linked to your thread and we will keep you posted here on future updates about this new issue.

The issues you have found earlier (filed as WORDSNET-20481) have been fixed in this Aspose.Words for .NET 20.9 update and this Aspose.Words for Java 20.9 update.