com.groupdocs.conversion.filetypes

Class WordProcessingFileType

  • All Implemented Interfaces:
    com.aspose.ms.System.IEquatable<Enumeration>, Serializable, Comparable


    public final class WordProcessingFileType
    extends FileType
    implements Serializable

    Defines Word Processing files that contain user information in plain text or rich text format. A plain text file format contains unformatted text and no font or page settings etc. can be applied. In contrast, a rich text file format allows formatting options such as setting fonts type, styles (bold, italic, underline, etc.), page margins, headings, bullets and numbers, and several other formatting features. Includes the following file types: Doc, Docm, Docx, Dot, Dotm, Dotx, Mobi, Odt, Ott, Rtf, Txt. Md. Learn more about Word Processing formats here.

    See Also:
    Serialized Form
    • Field Detail

      • Doc

        public static final WordProcessingFileType Doc

        Files with .doc extension represent documents generated by Microsoft Word or other word processing documents in binary file format. Learn more about this file format here.

      • Docm

        public static final WordProcessingFileType Docm

        DOCM files are Microsoft Word 2007 or higher generated documents with the ability to run macros. Learn more about this file format here.

      • Docx

        public static final WordProcessingFileType Docx

        DOCX is a well-known format for Microsoft Word documents. Introduced from 2007 with the release of Microsoft Office 2007, the structure of this new Document format was changed from plain binary to a combination of XML and binary files. Learn more about this file format here.

      • Dot

        public static final WordProcessingFileType Dot

        Files with .DOT extension are template files created by Microsoft Word to have pre-formatted settings for generation of further DOC or DOCX files. Learn more about this file format here.

      • Dotm

        public static final WordProcessingFileType Dotm

        A file with DOTM extension represents template file created with Microsoft Word 2007 or higher. Learn more about this file format here.

      • Dotx

        public static final WordProcessingFileType Dotx

        Files with DOTX extension are template files created by Microsoft Word to have pre-formatted settings for generation of further DOCX files. Learn more about this file format here.

      • Rtf

        public static final WordProcessingFileType Rtf

        Introduced and documented by Microsoft, the Rich Text Format (RTF) represents a method of encoding formatted text and graphics for use within applications. Learn more about this file format here.

      • Odt

        public static final WordProcessingFileType Odt

        ODT files are type of documents created with word processing applications that are based on OpenDocument Text File format. Learn more about this file format here.

      • Ott

        public static final WordProcessingFileType Ott

        Files with OTT extension represent template documents generated by applications in compliance with the OASIS' OpenDocument standard format. Learn more about this file format here.

      • Mobi

        public static final WordProcessingFileType Mobi

        The MOBI file format is one of the most widely used ebook file format. The format is an enhancement to the old OEB (Open Ebook Format) format and was used as proprietary format for Mobipocket Reader. Learn more about this file format here.

      • Txt

        public static final WordProcessingFileType Txt

        A file with .TXT extension represents a text document that contains plain text in the form of lines. Learn more about this file format here.

      • Md

        public static final WordProcessingFileType Md
        Text files created with Markdown language dialects is saved with .MD or .MARKDOWN file extension. MD files are saved in plain text format that uses Markdown language which also includes inline text symbols, defining how a text can be formatted such as indentations, table formatting, fonts, and headers. Learn more about this file format here.
    • Constructor Detail

      • WordProcessingFileType

        public WordProcessingFileType()
        Serialization constructor
    • Method Detail

      • getConvertOptions

        public ConvertOptions getConvertOptions()
        Description copied from class: FileType
        Prepared default convert options for the file type
        Overrides:
        getConvertOptions in class FileType
        Returns:
        NULL if the conversion to the type not supported