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MS Office 2019 & MS Word 2019 Supported by Aspose.Words for .NET, Java and Android Platforms

Hello,
Could you please let us know Aspose road map to support Office 2019. Customers are moving to this version of Office.
Thanks,
Vimal

@sumeetm,

We have logged a request in our issue tracking to support MS Word 2019 features in Aspose.Words. Your ticket number is WORDSNET-18218. We will keep you posted on the status of the linked issue and let you know via this thread as soon as Aspose.Words fully supports MS Word 2019.

Hello,
Do we have any update on this? is it on the road map with rough timelines?
Thanks,
Vimal

@sumeetm,

Yes, this is on product road-map but unfortunately, we cannot provide you a time frame at the moment. We will inform you via this thread as soon as the linked issue is resolved. We apologize for any inconvenience.

Hello Awais,
Can you kindly provide any update on this? Customers need to know when they can move to latest Office and this affects their licensing cost allocation and roadmap. Can Aspose provide a broad time frame so we can guide them with a general idea of availability of Office 2019 support.
Thanks,
Vimal

@sumeetm,

Full support for MS Word 2019 is a very large umbrella term that needs to be clarified e.g. round-tripping document is our basic support for MS Word 2019 (and all MS Word versions) which is in place. There are other things to be checked as well e.g. LaTeX equation, inkins support. So if “official” announcement is a big expectation awaited, I am afraid, there are many extra features added in MS Word 2019 that are not yet available in public API of Aspose.Words. However, as far as file formats are concerned, please check what supported formats are listed in the following page:
https://docs.aspose.com/display/wordsnet/Supported+Document+Formats

You can simply create a document using MS Word 2019 and load/save it using Aspose.Words. If you find no errors/unexpected behaviors in Aspose.Words generated document (round-trip) then you can safely say, yes Aspose.Words supports this Word document etc. Hope, this helps.

Rest assured, we will inform you via this thread as soon as Aspose.Words fully supports MS Word 2019 but unfortunately we cannot promise and time frame at the moment. We apologize for your inconvenience.

@sumeetm,

Regarding WORDSNET-18218, we do not see any breaking changes in MS Word 2019. Some new features are added, so you surely can move to MS Office 2019. Documents will be round-triped with only possible loss related to new MS Office 2019 features.

Please tell about, if you are interested in any particular MS Word 2019 feature? This will help us to plan it accordingly.