Currently, Neevia 6.1 is used to convert WordXML document with editable book marks. We are encountering lots of performance issues, so we are planning to migrate from Neevia to Aspose. We are doing PoC to validate the formats and performance improvement between Neevia and Aspose.
We have entered the email id as "email@example.com" with in the editable book mark place holder in WordXML and generated Neevia & Aspose PDF files.
We have compared Neevia generated PDF & Aspose generted PDF; and found there
- In case of Aspose generated PDF, the Editable book mark value i.e. mail id is coming in 2 lines.
- In Neevia generated PDF, the book mark value looks fine how it was entered in the WordXML.
[The book mark values in WordXML and Neevia generated PDF files are same.]
Could you please let us know the reason and solution to the above issue.