Currently, similar scenario may be achieved by converting Tiff images to BitmapSource and inserting them to RadFixedPage as images by using FixedContentEditor.
Add support for creating Tables and applying tables styles (predefined ones or custom).
In WordsProcessing you could set table.Alignment = Telerik.Windows.Documents.Flow.Model.Styles.Alignment.Center; But when the document is exported to PDF, this is not respected.
When this type of section break is used, the next section should start on the same page instead on the next one.
Respect the Height property of TableRow when exporting with PdfFormatProvider.
Reading a password protected archive by passing a wrong password doesn't notify the user that the password is wrong. Accessing one of the entries in the archive throws a generic "Invalid data" exception. Steps to reproduce: 1. Create a zip file with password. 2. Open the same archive with the API passing wrong password and then try to one of the entries. Observed: InvalidDataException is thrown when trying to read one of the entries in the archive. Expected: The exception should be more meaningful and if possible occur when reading the archive. There should be API allowing to check if the password is correct.
XLSB is binary format that should theoretically allow fast reading and writing to the file.
IFERROR returns a value you specify if a formula evaluates to an error; otherwise, returns the result of the formula. A list of the supported functions is available at http://docs.telerik.com/devtools/document-processing/libraries/radspreadprocessing/features/formulas/functions This function can be implemented as a custom function. Check the following resources for more details on how to achieve that: - http://docs.telerik.com/devtools/document-processing/libraries/radspreadprocessing/features/formulas/custom-functions - https://github.com/telerik/xaml-sdk/tree/master/Spreadsheet/WPF/CustomFunctions
There should be API allowing to check if an archive is protected.
To bring RadPDFProcessing to the next level you should support XMP metadata. This would extremely help to use pdf files from RadPDFProcessing in digital workflows. Reference: http://www.adobe.com/devnet/xmp.html
You can convert the document to PDF and use the approach bellow: Currently, silent async printing may be achieved by using RadPdfViewer WPF control. Sample demo showing how to achieve this may be seen at the following forum post: http://www.telerik.com/forums/pdfviewer-print-makes-ui-unresponsive#js0YdzFWc0Oa8C3g6a18lg The RadPdfViewer WPF control used does not need to be displayed, making this demo a good workaround for ASP.NET AJAX clients.
Add support for INCLUDEPICTURE fields. Such fields should work with nested MERGEFIELD, as this is common scenario. Workaround: Manually insert images over specific placeholder
Text frames are paragraphs of text in a document which are positioned in a separate region or frame in the document and can be positioned with a specific size and position relative to non-frame paragraphs in the current document. More information about it is available in section 22.214.171.124 ST_XAlign (Horizontal Alignment Location) of Open Office XML.
When opened in Adobe Reader it says that the file "claims compliance". However, when verifying the compliance with some validation tools there seem to be some issues mainly related but not limited to fonts.
The Indent property of Table is not respected by PdfFormatProvider.
Currently, this could be achieved using RadPdfViewer's WPF control ThumbnailFactory class. Sample code may be seen at this forum post: http://www.telerik.com/forums/pdf-thumbnail-returns-transparent-images#jO33X-E8Cki_qLh_KsToWg