Style Features Supported on OpenDocument Import
A style allows you to define a set of formatting that can be reused on many elements in a document. This saves time and allows for a more consistent formatting throughout your document.
A style loaded into a document is represented in the Aspose.Words DOM by the Style class. You can access or modify any type of style (both in-built or custom) in a document.
You can also create a new style from scratch (with the exception of a table style which new styles cannot be created for currently). You can choose to set any style you want to document elements
You currently cannot rename a style name or remove an exisiting style from a document. Copying styles from one document to another is also unsupported, however for the time being you can achieve this by copying a node with a style to another document. This will copy the source style along with it.
See the following links in the documentation for further information:
|Paragraph Style||Yes||- StyleType.Paragraph|
|Character Style||Yes||- StyleType.Character|
|List Style||Yes||- StyleType.List|
|Based On||Yes||- Style.BaseStyleName|
|Style Name||Yes||- Style.Name|
|Next Style||Yes||- Style.NextParagraphStyleName|
|Paragraph Properties||Yes||- Style.ParagraphFormat|
|Run Properties||Yes||- Style.Font|
|Bullets and Numbering||Yes|
|Apply Formatting to||N/A|