Aspose.Total for Java Q1 2009 Released

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  1. Aspose.Total for Java Q1 2009 Released (1 messages)

    What’s new in Aspose.Total for Java Q1 2009? This Q1 2009 release of Aspose.Total for Java mainly improves performance optimization of its suite products. Lots of new and advanced features have also been supported in this quarter. Let me highlight some of these features below. - Aspose.Words now allows preserving metafiles in output document with only one key. - Aspose.Cells supports reading and writing ODS - Open Document Spreadsheet files. - Aspose.Slides has now ported latest PPTX updates from .NET version of Aspose.Slides and also provides additional optimization of PPT format reading and writing. - Aspose.Pdf.Kit now supports signing PDF for multiple times. - Aspose.Metafiles enables extracting all images embedded in a metafile. More about Aspose.Total for Java Aspose.Total for Java is a suite of 7 ultra powerful file management and visual components to support Java applications. Now you can quickly and easily manage Word documents, Excel spreadsheets, PowerPoint presentations, PDF documents, Metafiles, Barcodes generation & recognition. It is compiled on daily basis to contain all existing and potential components released by Aspose. - What’s new in Aspose.Total for Java Q1 2009. - Homepage of Aspose.Total for Java. - Download Aspose.Total for Java. - Online documentation of Aspose.Total for Java. - Demos of Aspose.Total for Java. - Post your technical questions/queries to Aspose.Total for Java Forum. - Receive notifications about latest news and supported features by subscribing to Aspose.Total for Java blog. Contact Information Suite 119, 272 Victoria Avenue Chatswood, NSW, 2067 Australia Aspose - The .NET and Java component publisher sales at aspose dot com Phone: 888.277.6734 Fax: 866.810.9465l
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    Hi; Please also take a look at Windward Reports Java Reporting System. With Windward you design the reports inside Microsoft Office so if you know Word, Excel, or PowerPoint you have no learning curve. Commercial product but the TCO is lower than the open source alternatives as it is so fast in designing & revising reports. thanks - dave