I am working on a C# Project where I need to Insert HTML into Word document and the functionality is working Fine using Aspose Word.
The major Issue I am facing with applying Template Styles and Font. What I have observed is that after loading the Template into the document object the Styles of Template are not been retrieved and the default font in the document are shown as Times New Roman.
Note: We have defined our Own Custom Styles in the template document.
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I have attached the Console Application which will use template and insert HTML into the newly generated document.
In the template you can find the Table of contents font is Arial and after generation of the new document the font is showing as Times New Roman. Same with headers also. After generation we click on header 1 then correct font is coming up.
let me know if you still need any additional information.
vasuGenerateDocument - Demo.zip (111.7 KB)
Please use DocumentBuilder.InsertHtml method to insert an HTML string into the document. When second parameter is true, formatting of inserted text is based on DocumentBuilder formatting, and the text looks as if it were inserted with Write.
When second parameter is false, DocumentBuilder formatting is ignored and formatting of inserted text is based on default HTML formatting. As a result, the text looks as it is rendered in browsers.
Please use following line of code to get the desired output.