Essential Studio for WPF is an impressively large suite that keeps getting better with the addition of workbook sorting and filtering, dynamic diagram ports, Adobe X security, and other new features.
Support is provided to customize special dates in the calendar edit control.
Color mapping support has been added for each segment in a chart series.
The chart control now supports multiple spline types for spline and spline-area series.
Diagrams can be panned—viewed left to right or vice versa—by moving the center scroll button on an IntelliMouse side to side.
A new decorative element has been added for connectors to indicate the flow of a connection over another connector or segment.
When scrolling a large number of objects in a diagram, outlines of the objects will be displayed until each object completely loads, resulting in smoother scrolling.
DocIO now supports equation fields during Word-to-PDF conversion.
A Microsoft Visual Studio-like editor with built-in go-to-line dialog window support is provided. It helps users navigate to specific lines with ease.
PDF 2.0 security features (AES Revision 6) are now supported.
Presentation now supports creating and modifying comments in PowerPoint presentations.
Support has been added to handle custom descriptor objects in a property grid.
Support has been provided to analyze data effectively in a workbook with sort and autofilter options, like in Excel.
Support has been provided to sort data, either in ascending or descending order, based on the cell values.
Support has been provided to filter data using an autofilter feature, which has many options to filter data from multiple columns and the ability to clear the filtered data from specific columns, like in the Excel.
The tree grid control now supports filtering nodes programmatically with various filter-level options.
Essential XlsIO supports custom icon settings for PDF conversion with the “Show Icon Only” and “Reverse Icon Order” options.
When converting a chart to a PDF file or an image, chart elements, such as titles and display units, now support rich-text, and chart series with different markers are also supported.
Pivot table columns can be sorted by an array of strings or by setting a custom position.
Excel table rows can be filtered based on text, number value, and date.