Aspose.Slides.NET 20.3.0

A standalone class library to read, write, manipulate & convert Microsoft PowerPoint® presentations without installing PowerPoint or requiring Office Automation.

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Install-Package Aspose.Slides.NET -Version 20.3.0
dotnet add package Aspose.Slides.NET --version 20.3.0
<PackageReference Include="Aspose.Slides.NET" Version="20.3.0" />
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paket add Aspose.Slides.NET --version 20.3.0
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Presentation Manipulation .NET API

Aspose.Slides for .NET is a cross-platform API that helps in developing applications with the ability to create, manipulate, inspect or convert Microsoft PowerPoint and OpenOffice presentation files without any dependency.

Presentation Processing Features

  • Intuitive Document Object Model: Aspose.Slides' object model gives complete control over presentation elements such as slides, shapes, frames, charts, multimedia, embedded objects, controls, tables, text, transitions and formatting. Developers can use this object model to create complex PowerPoint File Processing applications that can dynamically generate presentations, create or manipulate presentation slides, apply transitions or add animation effects.
  • File Format Conversion: API allows to load & convert PowerPoint presentation, template & slideshow file formats to other supported formats without needing to understand the underlying structure of source or destination formats. The conversion process is simple yet reliable with results identical to the original file in its native application.
  • Rendering & Printing: Developers can render the whole presentation or selective slides to fixed layout formats such as PDF & XPS as well as raster & vector image formats including PNG, JPEG, SVG and so on. It is also possible to print presentations via physical or virtual printers.
  • Presentation Security: Load protected presentations or control access to presentations, slides or objects via advanced security features.
  • Availability of 24 pre-defined textures & 48 patterns for quick styling.

Enhancements in Version 20.3

  • Keep the sequence of numbered list that has NumberedBulletStartWith.

For the detailed notes, please visit Aspose.Slides for .NET 20.3 Release Notes.

Read & Write Presentations

Microsoft PowerPoint: PPT, PPTX, PPS, POT, PPSX, PPTM, PPSM, POTX, POTM
OpenOffice: ODP, OTP

Save Presentations As

Fixed Layout: PDF, PDF/A, XPS
Image: JPEG, PNG, BMP, TIFF, GIF, SVG
Web: HTML

Platform Independence

Aspose.Slides for .NET can be used to build any type of a 32-bit or 64-bit .NET application including ASP.NET, WCF & WinForms as well as via COM Interop while using diverse programming languages including C++, VBScript & classic ASP. The package provides assemblies to be used with Mono on various flavors of Linux, .NET Core, Xamarin.Android & Xamarin.Mac.

Getting Started with Aspose.Slides for .NET

Let's give Aspose.Slides for .NET a try! Simply execute Install-Package Aspose.Slides.NET from Package Manager Console in Visual Studio to fetch the NuGet package. If you already have Aspose.Slides for .NET and want to upgrade the version, please execute Update-Package Aspose.Slides.NET to get the latest version.

Create a PPTX Presentation from Scratch with C# Code

You can execute below code snippet to see how Aspose.Slides API performs in your environment or check the GitHub Repository for other common usage scenarios.

// instantiate a Presentation object that represents a presentation file
using (Presentation presentation = new Presentation())
{
    // get the first slide
    ISlide slide = presentation.Slides[0];

    // add an autoshape of type line
    slide.Shapes.AddAutoShape(ShapeType.Line, 50, 150, 300, 0);
    presentation.Save(dir + "output.pptx", SaveFormat.Pptx);
}

Convert Specific Slides to PDF Format using C# Code

Aspose.Slides for .NET works as an independent rendering engine for presentations and slides with flexibly overriding certain aspects such as converting specific PowerPoint slides to PDF format.

// instantiate a Presentation object that represents a presentation file
using (Presentation presentation = new Presentation(dir + "template.pptx"))
{
    // setting array of slides positions
    int[] slides = { 1, 3 };
    // save the presentation to PDF
    presentation.Save(dir + "output.pdf", slides, SaveFormat.Pdf);
}

Product Page | Documentation | API Reference | Code Examples | Blog | Free Support | Temporary License

Presentation Manipulation .NET API

Aspose.Slides for .NET is a cross-platform API that helps in developing applications with the ability to create, manipulate, inspect or convert Microsoft PowerPoint and OpenOffice presentation files without any dependency.

Presentation Processing Features

  • Intuitive Document Object Model: Aspose.Slides' object model gives complete control over presentation elements such as slides, shapes, frames, charts, multimedia, embedded objects, controls, tables, text, transitions and formatting. Developers can use this object model to create complex PowerPoint File Processing applications that can dynamically generate presentations, create or manipulate presentation slides, apply transitions or add animation effects.
  • File Format Conversion: API allows to load & convert PowerPoint presentation, template & slideshow file formats to other supported formats without needing to understand the underlying structure of source or destination formats. The conversion process is simple yet reliable with results identical to the original file in its native application.
  • Rendering & Printing: Developers can render the whole presentation or selective slides to fixed layout formats such as PDF & XPS as well as raster & vector image formats including PNG, JPEG, SVG and so on. It is also possible to print presentations via physical or virtual printers.
  • Presentation Security: Load protected presentations or control access to presentations, slides or objects via advanced security features.
  • Availability of 24 pre-defined textures & 48 patterns for quick styling.

Enhancements in Version 20.3

  • Keep the sequence of numbered list that has NumberedBulletStartWith.

For the detailed notes, please visit Aspose.Slides for .NET 20.3 Release Notes.

Read & Write Presentations

Microsoft PowerPoint: PPT, PPTX, PPS, POT, PPSX, PPTM, PPSM, POTX, POTM
OpenOffice: ODP, OTP

Save Presentations As

Fixed Layout: PDF, PDF/A, XPS
Image: JPEG, PNG, BMP, TIFF, GIF, SVG
Web: HTML

Platform Independence

Aspose.Slides for .NET can be used to build any type of a 32-bit or 64-bit .NET application including ASP.NET, WCF & WinForms as well as via COM Interop while using diverse programming languages including C++, VBScript & classic ASP. The package provides assemblies to be used with Mono on various flavors of Linux, .NET Core, Xamarin.Android & Xamarin.Mac.

Getting Started with Aspose.Slides for .NET

Let's give Aspose.Slides for .NET a try! Simply execute Install-Package Aspose.Slides.NET from Package Manager Console in Visual Studio to fetch the NuGet package. If you already have Aspose.Slides for .NET and want to upgrade the version, please execute Update-Package Aspose.Slides.NET to get the latest version.

Create a PPTX Presentation from Scratch with C# Code

You can execute below code snippet to see how Aspose.Slides API performs in your environment or check the GitHub Repository for other common usage scenarios.

// instantiate a Presentation object that represents a presentation file
using (Presentation presentation = new Presentation())
{
    // get the first slide
    ISlide slide = presentation.Slides[0];

    // add an autoshape of type line
    slide.Shapes.AddAutoShape(ShapeType.Line, 50, 150, 300, 0);
    presentation.Save(dir + "output.pptx", SaveFormat.Pptx);
}

Convert Specific Slides to PDF Format using C# Code

Aspose.Slides for .NET works as an independent rendering engine for presentations and slides with flexibly overriding certain aspects such as converting specific PowerPoint slides to PDF format.

// instantiate a Presentation object that represents a presentation file
using (Presentation presentation = new Presentation(dir + "template.pptx"))
{
    // setting array of slides positions
    int[] slides = { 1, 3 };
    // save the presentation to PDF
    presentation.Save(dir + "output.pdf", slides, SaveFormat.Pdf);
}

Product Page | Documentation | API Reference | Code Examples | Blog | Free Support | Temporary License

Release Notes

https://docs.aspose.com/display/slidesnet/Aspose.Slides+for+.NET+20.3+Release+Notes

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Version History

Version Downloads Last updated
20.5.0 1,726 5/7/2020
20.4.0 2,265 4/22/2020
20.3.0 6,408 3/23/2020
20.2.0 10,110 2/17/2020
20.1.0 10,627 1/17/2020
19.12.0 3,651 12/31/2019
19.11.0 20,536 11/27/2019
19.10.0 15,361 10/29/2019
19.9.0 17,070 9/12/2019
19.8.0 6,844 8/30/2019
19.7.0 18,997 7/26/2019
19.6.0 5,191 6/25/2019
19.5.0 6,737 5/31/2019
19.4.0 12,278 4/26/2019
19.3.0 4,840 4/3/2019
19.2.0 9,989 2/28/2019
19.1.0 31,544 1/30/2019
18.12.0 7,641 12/27/2018
18.11.0 6,536 11/30/2018
18.10.0 27,526 10/30/2018
18.9.0 4,594 9/30/2018
18.8.0 5,295 8/29/2018
18.7.0 11,466 7/27/2018
18.6.0 20,981 7/1/2018
18.5.0 8,884 5/30/2018
18.4.0 5,678 5/3/2018
18.3.0 3,648 4/1/2018
18.2.1 23,446 3/7/2018
18.2.0 2,343 2/28/2018
18.1.0 4,753 1/30/2018
17.12.1 7,887 12/26/2017
17.12.0 965 12/16/2017
17.11.0 1,478 11/30/2017
17.10.0 7,101 10/31/2017
17.9.1 3,810 10/12/2017
17.9.0 1,742 10/2/2017
17.8.0 11,371 8/30/2017
17.7.0 6,921 7/31/2017
17.6.0 3,012 7/1/2017
17.5.0 2,214 5/31/2017
17.4.0 3,265 4/28/2017
17.3.0 3,968 4/2/2017
17.2.0 10,185 3/1/2017
17.1.0 3,546 1/31/2017
16.12.1 6,416 1/16/2017
16.12.0 1,735 12/27/2016
16.11.0 2,732 11/30/2016
16.10.0 3,600 11/4/2016
16.9.0 3,426 10/12/2016
16.8.0 3,160 9/27/2016
16.7.0 1,673 8/22/2016
16.6.0 23,315 7/15/2016
16.5.0 4,029 6/16/2016
16.4.0 4,334 5/16/2016
16.3.0 11,630 4/11/2016
16.2.0 4,441 3/17/2016
16.1.0 8,098 2/4/2016
15.11.0 11,894 1/11/2016
15.10.0 9,532 12/10/2015
15.9.0 6,018 11/6/2015
15.8.1 1,046 10/16/2015
15.8.0 1,364 10/5/2015
15.7.0 3,648 9/3/2015
15.6.0 11,105 7/22/2015
15.5.0 3,079 6/16/2015
15.4.0 2,063 5/14/2015
15.3.1 1,143 4/23/2015
15.3.0 801 4/14/2015
15.2.0 16,466 3/6/2015
15.1.0 1,891 2/3/2015
14.10.0 4,918 11/28/2014
14.9.0 1,649 11/11/2014
14.8.1 1,522 10/24/2014
14.8.0 758 10/16/2014
14.7.0 2,054 9/7/2014
14.6.0 1,382 8/6/2014
14.5.0 3,343 7/16/2014
14.4.0 1,894 6/2/2014
14.3.0 2,213 5/6/2014
14.2.0 1,290 3/24/2014
14.1.2 1,799 2/17/2014
14.1.1 798 2/10/2014
14.1.0.2 716 2/6/2014
13.12.0 1,664 12/30/2013
8.4.2 9,152 6/5/2014
8.4.1 1,293 5/6/2014
8.4.0 921 3/3/2014
8.3.0.1 795 2/3/2014
8.2.0 755 12/27/2013
8.1.0 5,638 12/16/2013
8.0.0 1,788 10/25/2013
7.9.0 1,150 10/8/2013
7.8.0 842 9/3/2013
7.7.0 5,179 8/4/2013
7.6.0 1,054 7/5/2013
7.5.0 1,663 5/27/2013
7.4.0 7,458 4/24/2013
7.3.0 944 4/10/2013
7.2.0 1,204 3/8/2013
7.1.0 3,244 1/28/2013
7.0.0 1,095 12/31/2012
6.9.0 914 12/10/2012
6.8.0 983 10/30/2012
6.7.0 1,386 10/4/2012
6.6.0 853 9/13/2012
6.5.0 968 7/27/2012
6.4.0 881 6/27/2012
6.3.0 809 5/29/2012
6.2.0 864 5/7/2012
6.1.0 871 3/28/2012
6.0.0 853 3/2/2012
5.9.0.1 914 2/16/2012
5.9.0 1,396 2/16/2012