Make the Creation of Aspose Documents easier

The Aspose.Pdf.Generator.Text class contains a property called IsHtmlTagSupportedwhich makes it possible to add HTML tags/contents into PDF files. The added content is rendered in native HTML tags instead of appearing as a simple text string. To support a similar feature in the new Document Object Model (DOM) of the Aspose.Pdf namespace, the HtmlFragment class has been introduced.

// Instantiate Document object
Document doc = new Document();
// Add a page to pages collection of PDF file
Page page = doc.Pages.Add();
// Instantiate HtmlFragment with HTML contnets
HtmlFragment titel = new HtmlFragment("<fontsize=10><b><i>Table</i></b></fontsize>");
// Set bottom margin information
titel.Margin.Bottom = 10;
// Set top margin information
titel.Margin.Top = 200;
// Add HTML Fragment to paragraphs collection of page
// Save PDF file

The steps below creates the Hello World application using the Aspose.Cells API:

  1. Create an instance of the [{{Workbook}}] class.
  2. If you have a license, then apply it.
    If you are using the evaluation version, skip the license related code lines.
  3. Create a new Excel file, or open an existing Excel file.
  4. Access any desired cell of a worksheet in the Excel file.
  5. Insert the words Hello World! into a cell accessed.
  6. Generate the modified Microsoft Excel file.
//Create a License object
License license = new License();

//Set the license of Aspose.Cells to avoid the evaluation

//Instantiate a Workbook object that represents Excel file.
Workbook wb = new Workbook();

//Note when you create a new workbook, a default worksheet
//"Sheet1" is added (by default) to the workbook.
//Access the first worksheet "Sheet1" in the book.
Worksheet sheet = wb.Worksheets[0];

//Access the "A1" cell in the sheet.
Cell cell = sheet.Cells["A1"];

//Input the "Hello World!" text into the "A1" cell
cell.PutValue("Hello World!");

//Save the Excel file.
wb.Save("d:\\MyBook.xls", SaveFormat.Excel97To2003);