we use ASPOSE to convert html to Word format. Unfortunately it seems ASPOSE does not read/understand mso-highlight property when used in html (if I add Font.GighlightColor on already converted/created word document it works fine, however when we try to convert from html this will just get switched to background-color:#ffff00 which is shading in Word, not highlight.
I have found the topic when this was mentioned (https://forum.aspose.com/t/html-gt-doc-conversion-borders-and-shanding-vs-highlighting/91587/3 ) and it says there was issue raised for this to distinguish between shading and highlight, but i couldn’t found anywhere info if it was completed.
unfortunately we can’t use the workaround described in the topic as we do have many documents that will use shading and highlights at the same time.
this functionality is very important to us and we would like to know if there is any aspose specific property that we would be able to use instead.
Additionally - is it possible to get the documentation/list with all existing aspose specific html style properties (I believe there are some simmilar to ’ -aw-tabstop-align:left’)