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ODT File Processor for .NET

Create, load and edit your OpenOffice files, then save the result in ODT and OTT formats.

Aspose.Words ODT File Processor for .NET

The Aspose.Words Processor for ODT Files in .NET is a smart tool for editing ODT (Open Document Format for Office Applications) & OTT (Open Document Text Template) documents. It lets you open or create OpenOffice files, make changes using different options, and save the final document in either ODT or OTT format. It makes editing OpenOffice files easy and straightforward.

How to Edit ODT or OTT File via .NET?

  • Reference Aspose.Words in your project
  • Set your license keys
  • Create instance of Document class, pass input file path to the constructor
  • Create an instance of DocumentBuilder class, and pass object of Document class to the constructor
  • Move in the document and manipulate using DocumentBuilder utility methods
  • Call Document.Save method to save the result

Get ODT File Processor for .NET

Get the respective assembly files from the downloads or fetch the package from NuGet to add Aspose.Words directly in your workspace.

  • Microsoft Windows, Linux, macOS, or mobile OS with .NET framework, Mono, or .NET Core installed
  • Development environment - Microsoft Visual Studio 2010-2022, Xamarin, or MonoDevelop 2.4+

How to Create a Chart in an ODT File?

  • Reference Aspose.Words in your project
  • Set your license keys
  • Create an instance of Document class
  • Create an instance of DocumentBuilder class, and pass object of Document class to the constructor
  • Use DocumentBuilder.InsertChart method to insert a chart of any type
  • The DocumentBuilder.InsertChart method returns an object of Shape
  • Access Chart object using Shape class to modify its title & series
  • Add chart’s series using Chart.Series.Add method
  • Call Document.Save method to save the resultant document

More ODT File Processor Features

  • Find and replace text
  • Add, edit, or remove headings and subheadings
  • Insert, edit, or remove footnotes and endnotes
  • Manipulate bookmarks
  • Add, edit, or remove tables
  • Work with lists, bullet points, and paragraphs
  • Set hyphenation
  • Manage comments
  • Manipulate images, illustrations, and charts
  • Work with embedded objects

Create Bookmark in an ODT File via C# .NET

In order to create a bookmark using OpenOffice File Processor, start by creating a new Word document. Initialize an object of DocumentBuilder for the created document. Start a new bookmark with the help of DocumentBuilder.StartBookmark, and name it. Then, write the text within the bookmark. End the bookmark using DocumentBuilder.EndBookmark. Finally, save the modified document with the bookmark as an ODT file in the specified directory.

Frequently Asked Questions

What is Aspose.Words ODT File Processor for .NET?

Aspose.Words Processor of ODT Files for .NET is an advanced document editing tool tailored specifically for ODT files. It allows users to load or create ODT documents, make various edits, and save the final result in ODT or OTT format.

What advantages does the Aspose.Words library bring to ODT document editing?

The Aspose.Words library provides a convenient way to make necessary changes within a document, offering high performance and accuracy. It enables working with various formats without relying on third-party applications and allows for flexible customization of document content.

In which industries is Aspose.Words Processor for .NET commonly used?

Aspose.Words Processor for .NET finds extensive applications in document management, billing, invoice management, information recording, and storage. It is effectively implemented in various domains, including software development, retail, medical and pharmaceutical industries, banking, enterprise management, automotive, aviation, logistics, and media and entertainment.

Where can I find more examples and resources?

Visit the Aspose.Words GitHub repository for complete examples and data files.


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