We have a problem with roundtripping a word document via html which has had its html adjusted.
We are using Aspose in the following manner:
- A word document (customer document) is loaded and filled with data using C# and Aspose. Tables receive data, strings are added, and bullet lists receive new entries.
- A user might do minor adjustments to the documents, e.g. personalize the customer document or more crucially, the user might add additional items to the bullet lists.
- The user saves the “html document” and it is uploaded and imported to Aspose Word.
<li> tags if the user adds bullet points.
We would assume there are many customers out there today using your product in a similar manner.
This question is using bullets as an example of primary concern, but really the more features supported the better.
I guess the workaround would be that we introduce a post processing step replacing ourselves the
<li> tag with a copy of the span nodes etc generated by Aspose html export prior to importing html to Aspose.