Aspose.Total for .NET is a comprehensive suite of components that enables developers to easily add powerful features to their .NET, C#, ASP.NET and VB.NET applications. With Aspose.Total for .NET, developers can quickly and easily include WORDML to XLAM conversion feature within their applications.
The process of converting WORDML to XLAM is simple and straightforward. Firstly, developers can use Aspose.Words for .NET to export WORDML to HTML. Aspose.Words for .NET is a powerful Word document processing API that enables developers to create, read, modify and convert Word documents without using Microsoft Word. It supports a wide range of document formats, including DOC, DOCX, ODT, RTF, HTML, OpenDocument and PDF.
Once the WORDML document has been converted to HTML, developers can use Aspose.Cells for .NET to convert HTML to XLAM. Aspose.Cells for .NET is a powerful spreadsheet programming API that enables developers to create, read, modify and convert spreadsheets without using Microsoft Excel. It supports a wide range of spreadsheet formats, including XLS, XLSX, CSV, ODS, HTML, PDF and XAML.
By using Aspose.Total for .NET, developers can easily add powerful features to their .NET, C#, ASP.NET and VB.NET applications. With just two simple steps, developers can quickly and easily convert WORDML to XLAM. Aspose.Words for .NET can be used to export WORDML to HTML, and Aspose.Cells for .NET can be used to convert HTML to XLAM.
.NET API to Convert WORDML to XLAM
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Free Online Converter for WORDML to XLAM
Load WORDML Document from Stream via C#
Aspose.Words for .NET also allows you to load WORDML document via stream. To open a document from a stream, simply pass a stream object that contains the document into the Document constructor. The following code example shows how to open a document from a stream:
Add Custom Properties in XLAM File via C#
While converting WORDML to XLAM, Aspose.Cells for .NET enables you to add custom properties in your XLAM documents. In order to add a custom property, you can use Add method for the CustomDocumentPropertyCollection class. The Add method adds the property to the Excel file and returns a reference for the new document property as an Aspose.Cells.Properties.DocumentProperty object.
- How can I convert WORDML to XLAM Online?Online App for WORDML conversion is integrated above. Firstly, you need to add WORDML file for conversion by drag & drop or click inside the white area to import the document. Then click the Convert button. When WORDML to XLAM conversion is completed, you can download your converted file. So You will get output XLAM files with just one click.
- How long does it take to convert WORDML?This online converter works fast but mainly depends on the size of WORDML file. You can render small size WORDML file to XLAM in a few seconds. Moreover, If you have integrated the conversion code within .NET application, It depends on how you have optimized your application for conversion process.
- Is it safe to convert WORDML to XLAM using free Aspose.Total converter?Of course! The download link of XLAM files will be available instantly after conversion. We delete uploaded files after 24 hours and the download links will stop working after this time period. No one has access to your files. File conversion (including WORDML) is absolutely safe. Mainly free app is integrated for the purpose of testing so that one can check the result before integrating the code.
- What browser should I use to convert WORDML?You can use any modern browser for this online conversion, for example, Google Chrome, Firefox, Opera, Safari. But in case you are developing a Desktop application. Aspose.Total WORDML Conversion API will work smooth.
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What is WORDML File Format?
Microsoft Word 2003 introduced a proprietary document format known as WordprocessingML. This format, based on XML, utilizes a custom XML schema to store various elements of a Word document, encompassing text, formatting, images, and other content. WordprocessingML aims to provide a comprehensive representation of all document information while maintaining both human-readable and machine-readable qualities.
Being human-readable means that WordprocessingML documents can be easily accessed and edited using a standard text editor. This accessibility allows users to directly manipulate the underlying XML structure if needed. Additionally, WordprocessingML is designed to facilitate automated processing and conversion by computer systems, enabling seamless transformation into other formats or integration with different software applications.
WordprocessingML is an open standard, meaning that its specifications are publicly available for reference and implementation by developers. This openness has fostered the development of numerous software programs, including open-source solutions like OpenOffice.org and LibreOffice, which can read and write WordprocessingML documents. The availability of such tools expands the accessibility and interoperability of WordprocessingML files beyond the Microsoft Word ecosystem.
Microsoft Word, being one of the most widely used word processing programs worldwide, has contributed to the popularity of WordprocessingML as an XML-based word processing format. Its broad acceptance has established WordprocessingML as a prevalent standard for sharing and exchanging richly formatted documents.
What is XLAM File Format?
The XLAM (Excel Add-in) file format is a specialized file format used in Microsoft Excel to store and distribute add-ins, which are additional functionalities or customizations that extend the capabilities of Excel. An XLAM file contains VBA (Visual Basic for Applications) code, macros, custom functions, and other elements that can enhance and automate Excel’s functionality.
XLAM files are designed to be loaded as add-ins within Excel, providing users with additional features and tools that are not available by default. These add-ins can be created by users or developers to streamline repetitive tasks, perform complex calculations, create custom functions, or interact with external systems and data sources.
One of the advantages of the XLAM format is its portability and ease of distribution. Once an XLAM file is created, it can be easily shared with others, allowing them to install and use the add-in in their own Excel environment. This makes it convenient for teams or organizations to standardize their workflows and share custom functionalities across multiple users.
XLAM files can be loaded into Excel by navigating to the “Add-ins” section in the Excel options and selecting the desired add-in file. Once loaded, the add-in’s functionality becomes available within Excel, providing users with additional features, menus, or toolbars tailored to their specific needs.