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No Microsoft Office Automation

The Aspose.Cells Product Family pack doesn't require Microsoft Office or Microsoft Excel to be installed on the machine in order to work with spreadsheet formats. In short, the Aspose.Cells Product Family is a better alternative to Office Automation in terms of security, stability, scalability, speed, price and features.

Process a Multitude of File Formats

Aspose.Cells Product Family allows the developers to easily load, manipulate and save a multitude of file formats. These include Excel 97 / 2000 / XP / 2007 (XLSX), SpreadSheetML, Tab Delimited and CSV documents.

It is even possible to convert Excel spreadsheets to fixed-layout formats such as PDF & XPS as well as render spreadsheets to a number of commonly used image formats.

GUI Components

Aspose.Cells for .NET provides two GUI based .NET controls which support both desktop and web applications. Both of the controls offer a rich set of features such as controlling the design & layout of the grid, managing multiple worksheets, managing cells, rows and columns of a worksheet, creating and calculating formulas. Developers can also import from and export to Microsoft Excel spreadsheets while using these controls.

Aspose.Cells for Java also provide a control which can be be embedded in JSP web applications, and is compatible with all modern web browsers like Chrome, FireFox, Internet Explorer and Opera. Developers can use it to load, edit and save the Excel files.

High Fidelity to Report Design

Aspose.Cells for Reporting Services and JasperReports allow you to export reports to various file formats with great precision.

Exported reports are produced with high fidelity, and are nearly a carbon copy of the original report design. With Aspose.Cells for Reporting Services and JasperReports you can easily obtain editable Microsoft Excel worksheets that are completely identical to the original report, and this is achieved without making any changes to the reports.