Aspose development team is very excited to announce the new release of Aspose.Note for Java 2.1.0 . This month’s release introduces a major feature of saving documents in OneNote format that was not supported earlier at the API launching time. Exporting/saving a document to Microsoft OneNote format was not supported at the time of Aspose.Note for Java API launch. We are glad to share that this latest release of Aspose.Note for Java now provides the capability to export/save documents in OneNote format. Here are the methods that can be used to save the document in Microsoft OneNote format, save(string), save(string, OneSaveOptions) and save(string, SaveFormat). This month’s release also enhances the feature of exporting document to image format. You can now set the output image resolution using the setResolution method of ImageSaveOptions. This gives control user to export OneNote documents as per required resolution. In addition to new feature and enhancements above, the NoteTagCore.setCompletedTime now accepts parameter of Java.util.date. Bellows is the list of new and enhanced features included in this new release.
- Add support for saving to MS OneNote format;
- Give user an ability to set result image resolution during export to image formats.
- Converting OneNote document to PDF
Newly added documentation pages and articles
Some new tips and articles have now been added into Aspose.Note for Java documentation that may guide users briefly how to use Aspose.Note for performing different tasks like the followings.
Aspose.Note is a feature-rich Java class library that enables java applications to programmatically interact with OneNote documents without requiring MS Office OneNote having installed on the server. This Java API empowers developers to Create, Read, Export and Manipulate the contents of the Microsoft OneNote file format by working with attachments, text, hyperlinks, tables, tags and text styles. Easily extract images from OneNote documents and convert them to PDF, BMP, JPG, GIF and TIFF image formats.