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 Dear fellow plugfesters (can I say that?),
LetterGen is a full suite of products for automating the generation of documents using XML data, 
advanced logic and professional layout.

It handles GUI document design (LetterSketch), interactive and batch generation (LetterGen) and 
bpm-based postprocessing (LetterTools). It also includes form-based input (LetterForms) and 
(postgeneration) manual document creation (/modification) based on predefined text blocks 
(LetterWriter) and handling with multilevel validation management (LetterData). Finally our 
LetterSigner software gives multiple ways to digitally sign PDF documents (tablets, signature pads, 
e-ID, tokens ...) on various hardware.

We use LibreOffice Writer now, but some of the tools are Word-based. The templates native format is 
ODF, but seamless conversion to DOC, DOCX, PDF (,AFP ...) is essential and is still a major 
problem. If not completely seamless, we also are interested in exchanging tips and tricks for best 
conversions (page layout (styles, sections), form elements, pictures, text boxes, charts ...).

I wonder if Aspose will be duly represented at the PlugFest. We would be glad to talk with anyone 
having solutions.

We also would like to bring some features and settings that are essential in multilingual and 
professional environments.

Met vriendelijke groeten - Bien cordialement - Best regards,

        Thierry Hoornaert
Senior Consultant

Telephone : +32 3 450 89 80
Mobile : +32 473 29 58 08
Email :
Groene Hofstraat 31, 2850 Boom, Belgium


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