Working with Text Document
How to Add Bi-Directional Marks
You can use TxtSaveOptions.add_bidi_marks property to specify whether to add bi-directional marks before each BiDi run when exporting in plain text format. Aspose.Words inserts Unicode Character ‘RIGHT-TO-LEFT MARK’ (U+200F) before each bi-directional Run in the text. This option corresponds to “Add bi-directional marks” option in MS Word File Conversion dialogue when you export to a Plain Text format. Note that it appears in dialogue only if any of Arabic or Hebrew editing languages are added in MS Word. The following code example demonstrates how to use TxtSaveOptions.add_bidi_marks property. The default value of this property is
How List Items are Recognized During Loading TXT
Aspose.Words can import list item of a text file as list numbers or plain text in its document object model. The TxtLoadOptions.detect_numbering_with_whitespaces property allows specifying how numbered list items are recognized when a document is imported from plain text format. If this option is set to
True, whitespaces are also used as list number delimiters: list recognition algorithm for Arabic style numbering (1., 1.1.2.) uses both whitespaces and dot (".") symbols.
If this option is set to
False, lists recognition algorithm detects list paragraphs, when list numbers end with either dot, right bracket or bullet symbols (such as “•”, “*”, “-” or “o”). The following code example demonstrates how to use this property.
How to Handle Leading and Trailing spaces During Loading TXT
You can control the way of handling leading and trailing spaces during loading TXT file. The leading spaces could be trimmed, preserved or converted to indent and trailing spaces could be trimmed or preserved. The following code example demonstrates how to trim leading and trailing spaces while importing TXT file.
Detect Document Text Direction
Aspose.Words provides document_direction property in TxtLoadOptions class to detect the text direction (RTL / LTR) in the document. This property sets or gets document text directions provided in DocumentDirection enumeration. The default value is left to right.
The following code example demonstrates how to detect text direction of the document while importing TXT file.
Export Header and Footer in Output TXT
If you want to export header and footer in output TXT document, you can use TxtSaveOptions.export_headers_footers_mode property. This property specifies the way headers and footers are exported to the plain text format. The following code example demonstrates how to export headers and footers to plain text format.
doc = aw.Document(docs_base.my_dir + "Document.docx") options = aw.saving.TxtSaveOptions() options.save_format = aw.SaveFormat.TEXT # All headers and footers are placed at the very end of the output document. options.export_headers_footers_mode = aw.saving.TxtExportHeadersFootersMode.ALL_AT_END doc.save(docs_base.artifacts_dir + "WorkingWithTxtSaveOptions.export_headers_footers_mode_A.txt", options) # Only primary headers and footers are exported at the beginning and end of each section. options.export_headers_footers_mode = aw.saving.TxtExportHeadersFootersMode.PRIMARY_ONLY doc.save(docs_base.artifacts_dir + "WorkingWithTxtSaveOptions.export_headers_footers_mode_B.txt", options) # No headers and footers are exported. options.export_headers_footers_mode = aw.saving.TxtExportHeadersFootersMode.NONE doc.save(docs_base.artifacts_dir + "WorkingWithTxtSaveOptions.export_headers_footers_mode_C.txt", options)
Export List Indentation in Output TXT
Aspose.Words introduced TxtListIndentation class that allows specifying how list levels are indented while exporting to a plain text format. While working with TxtSaveOption, the list_indentation property is provided to specify the character to be used for indenting list levels and count specifying how many characters to use as indentation per one list level. The default value for character property is ‘\0’ indicating that there is no indentation. For count property, the default value is 0 which means no indentation.