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Export Documents to DOCX, DOCM, DOTX & DOTM Formats in Java Apps

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What’s new in this release?

The new version of Aspose.Words for Java - allows you to save documents in DOCX, DOCM, DOTX, DOTM formats. This version also includes supporting smart tags, digital signatures for VBA projects, OLE embedded and inked objects with many other new features as well.

More about Aspose.Words for Java

Aspose.Words is a Java word processing component to read, write, modify & convert Word documents without using Microsoft Word. It supports all java applications and works with J2SE 1.4.x and higher. Other advanced features include content & formatting manipulation, mail merge abilities with images and support of DOC, DOCX, DOCM, DOTX, DOTM, HTML and XHTML formats. All other drawing objects like shapes, images, textboxes, OLE objects and ActiveX controls in documents are also supported.

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Radek Jun replied on Wed, 2008/10/29 - 6:13am

And what about Excel (XLSX) ? Is there anything for that?

aspose_seo (not verified) replied on Thu, 2008/10/30 - 6:57pm

Hello Radek.Jun

Yes. We have a separate product: Aspose.Cells that supports Excel 2007 XLSX format with import/export of other file formats as well like: Excel 97, Excel 2000, Excel XP, Excel 2003, CSV, Tab Delimited, SpreadsheetML and Excel documents to PDF (using Aspose.Pdf). You can read its rich features list and I also recommend you to download Aspose.Cells and start evaluating its performance. You can always ask Aspose.Cells support team in case you have any questions.

I hope you will find it helpful.

Usman Sarfraz

Radek Jun replied on Fri, 2008/10/31 - 3:29am in response to:

Thanks a lot!

Jason Harrop replied on Wed, 2008/12/17 - 9:34pm

As alternatives (particularly if you have a preference for open source), you might want to look at docx4j, or particularly for spreadsheets, Apache's POI.

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