The tag is currently not supported and skipped on import, leading to missing horizontal line in the document.
At this point only styling through CSS is supported. The below code does not align the paragraph to the center string import = "<html><body><p align=\"center\">centered??</p></body></html>"; RadFlowDocument document = provider.Import(import);
Now headings are imported with default heading styles. Introduce an option for Heading styles to be exported as <h1> - <h6> tags. Consider whether this should be the default behavior, because MS Word exports Headings with H tag and additionally adds styling so the resulting HTML will visually look the way it does in MS Word.
When importing a simple table from HTML in Ms Word, it gets applied table cell spacing and margin. This makes it look more in the manner it does in a browser, i.e. the content of cells is vertically centered. Check for TableCell, TableRow, and Table.
Page breaks can be exported and subsequently imported using the "page-break-before: always; " property set of some elements. This can eventually be extended to support "page-break-before: avoid" to preserve the value of the Paragraph.KeepWithNextParagraph property.
Page breaks can be exported and subsequently imported using the "page-break-before: always; " property set of some elements.
In MS Word you can crop the image from Picture Tools -> Format -> Size -> Crop button in the ribbon. This preserves the whole image in the file, but when it is rendered it shows only the cropped image area. This is described with 'srcRect' element in OOXML.
There should be an option allowing users to embed fonts in their documents. Seems to be applicable for DOCX and RTF, MS Word has such option in File -> Options -> Save.
Extend the support for em units. Em is calculated relatively to the font-size style property.
Implement evaluation of = (Formula) fields (https://support.office.com/en-us/article/Field-codes-Formula-field-32d5c9de-3516-4ec3-80ed-d1fc2b5bc21d?ui=en-US&rs=en-US&ad=US ). This will allow export to PDF and HTML.
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.
Both properties table cell padding and table cell spacing are not exported to PDF format.
Currently Run.Shading is not exported to PDF. Note: This scenario is common when converting HTML to PDF, as Run.Shading is set when construct like <span style="background-color:#ffcc00;"> is used. Workaround: Currently Paragraph.Shading is exported. If possible, convert the document so that this property is used instead.
This setting should allow setting the content between the list level bullet and the paragraph text to some of the following options: "tab", "space", "nothing".
This property allows the user to set the transparency of the image watermark. In the XML, the property is written using the 'blacklevel' attribute of the image.
Add support for shapes with textual content. These are described in OpenXML specification - txbx (Textual contents of shape). Such shape can be added to a Word document using the Insert -> Text -> Text Box The item is closed as duplicate. Please, follow the feature request for shapes at https://feedback.telerik.com/Project/184/Feedback/Details/190116
The API should allow the client to navigate to an empty block container and manipulate it. The block containers are Section, TableCell, Header, Footer, Comment. The API should also include manipulation methods for a table like: Add a row to a table. Add a cell to a row. Add a table to an empty cell. Add a paragraph to an empty cell. Add a run to an empty cell. add a text to an empty cell. Move to a next/previous cell. Move to a next/previous row. The API should use the currently applied editor formatting when creating the specified document elements.
Implement import of PDF to RadFlowDocument, using PdfFormatProvider. This would require text recognition (including determining where paragraphs end as opposed to new line inserted because of the layout) and table recognition. This will allow conversion of PDF documents to docx, RTF and HTML.