I am trying to evaluate your product. If I can prove that it will do what we want, my company will purchase it. We would buy Aspose.Total for .net. I can’t find any examples that do what I want and I am going in circles. Please guide me on the best way to get to my goal.
- Staring with HTML text that has css Class names in it:
Here is the body of the document
- Incorporate the css file somehow into the document. I can either reference the css file or insert the contents of the css file somehow.
- Manipulate the document: Add page numbers, headers, footers, etc., also with css classes
- Use something like Response.Write() with “application/msword” as a header so that the end-user will receive a word file to open or save.
- Finally, do same step as in #4, except convert to pdf first (which I assume is possible with Aspose.PDF.
Adding to this:
Found this example:
which will handle steps 4 and 5 above, but doc.Save does not take the arguments in the example. Note that I am using ver 3.5 of Words.net.
doc.Save(Response, "Aspose.Words.Demos.doc", ContentDisposition.Attachment, SaveOptions.CreateSaveOptions(SaveFormat.Doc));
The version I have has at most 2 arguments allowed for the Save method.
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