We are experiencing issues relating to the background color of Banners and Tables within converted MHTML when we convert Word documents to MHTML using Aspsose Words.
We have a process which generates Word documents from Word templates that have predefined sections making use of specific styles for fonts and backgrounds for banners and tables. The template specifes that banners and tables use the the following Hexadecimal color scheme. (BFBFBF) (gray)for both banners and table borders.
These templates are distributed to user's desktops for use when creating reports in Word. Eventually, the Word documents are submitted to an internal service to be converted to MHTML using Aspose Words.
The resulting MHTML sometimes contains vastly different colors in the banners and table borders (e.g. fluorescent green, taupe, etc.) We were able to determine that this appearst to be due to Theme settings within Word which is installed on the user's desktop. Another odd thing about this situation is the Word document appears to be consistent with the template as does the MHTML output which is created when performing a "Save As MHTML" using Word on the desktop.
Can you provide a means to ensure the colors specified in the original template can be preserved when using Aspose to convert the documents?
I've attached a zip file which identifies the areas within the Styles.xml Again these colors settings appear to be related to the settings associacted with the user's Theme desktop setting.