Aspose.Words Exporter


Aspose.Words Exporter allows WordPress site administrators to export posts and pages to Microsoft Word DOCX, DOC and ODT documents. This module demonstrates very powerful Export feature provided by Aspose.Words Cloud. It adds a simple bulk action in the drop down Export to DOCX and as soon as the bulk action is called, it exports all selected posts to Microsoft Word (DOCX/DOC/ODT) documents.


  • Export single or multiple posts in a single bulk.
  • Optionally Merge multiple posts into a single document.
  • Export all kind of posts and pages, as well as custom defined content.
  • Export built-in and custom defined fields.
  • Customize exported document layout using Twig templates.
  • Templates allow fully customized exports.
  • High performance.
  • Free and unlimited Access to API.
  • Get started with one click only.
  • Automatic and secure self-configuration. No need to Sign In or Sign Up on website.

What’s New

  • Support for custom fields
  • Templates allow fully customized exports
  • Better error handling
  • Improved performance


  • Enable FREE and Unlimited Access
  • Subscription
  • Export using Bulk Actions


  1. Install the plugin into your website as explained in WordPress documentation.
  2. Click Enable Free and Unlimited Access. No Sign Up required.


  1. Officially supported versions of WordPress (5.3 and above).
  2. Officially supported versions of PHP (7.2, 7.3 and 7.4).
  3. Outbound access to (for REST API calls).
  4. Inbound access from (for images only).


Do I need to Sign Up on


How many posts can I export. Are there any limits

You can export unlimited number of posts and pages for free. There are no restrictions and limits.

What is App SID? What should I know about it?

App SID is a unique identifier associated with your WordPress website. Our support staff may need it to diagnose issues on your website, if any. You can find it on plugin settings page.

How to display custom fields?

Support for custom fields is available via Twig templates. Read the post.twig and posts.twig template files for more details.

Why exported document does not have images?

In order for the images to work, your WordPress website must be hosted on a public server and be accessible over the internet. Hotlink protection must also be disabled.


23 2315 September 2315 000000 2020
For me it is essential. It's great!
16 1623 July 1623 000000 2020
Our client needed all texts from his WP website in a Microsoft Word document. This plug-in does exactly that. It works with very little configuration, and the resulting Word document is clean and well structured. I frankly don't understand why there are so many negative reviews for this plug-in. Not only does it a good job, its the only plug-in which provides a Word export for WordPress as far as I know. I tried exporting in a WP-XML or CSV file first, but the result was not even close to this. For me, this plug-in is a great timesaver, and I appreciate that it's even free.
14 1446 July 1446 000000 2020
I was kind of surprised after reading the most recent reviews, but this plugin was exactly what I needed today. I exported 350 pages and posts to Word files in a matter of minutes. When I first installed it, I went to export a page and got an error message, but then I went to the plugin settings and let it sign me up for the Aspose API and after that everything worked. Well, not quite everything worked — I wasn't able to get multiple pages to download as a ZIP file. I was able to get multiple pages to download as a single Word file, however, and that was good enough for me. Frankly, I'm just happy it worked at all.
6 0634 May 0634 000000 2020
after signing up it actually worked. But the result looks like shIIt. You are better off just copying and pasting into google docs.
23 2344 December 2344 000000 2019
I installed & set up account fine, but when it came to doing exports, I had three significant problems: 1. It crashed my server without any notification of why it did this. 2. I downloaded a bunch of files but the files were partially incomplete and badly formatted. 3. Lastly, it wasn't clear that the plugin requires payment to work. It is a SAAS... so it is not standalone by any means. There is enough to test the system (150 credits) but anything more than that you have to pay $99.00 minimum (PER MONTH)... I find the developer a little shifty in this regard. Didn't mention clearly it's essentially a paid app, didn't mention clearly how much until I had to go find out, didn't mention that it is a regular payment clearly either. One star now. In short, not my ideal choice. I'm afraid I deleted it. I wouldn't consider using it again. Sorry, but no. Note to developer: could be a really useful app... but you need to inform your users clearly about usage/pricing terms. This is not just a courtesy. It's a necessity.
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Contributors & Developers

“Aspose.Words Exporter” is open source software. The following people have contributed to this plugin.


5.3.0 (September 22, 2020)

  • Edit and customize exported documents using templates
  • Support for custom fields
  • Support for custom excerpt
  • Support for images
  • Improve performance
  • Improve communication with API
  • Remove some extra stuff to reduce plugin size

5.2.0 (August 31, 2020)

  • Upgrade to latest API
  • Bug fix: Wrong file name when exporting a single post
  • Bug fix: Exception on some new installs

5.1.0 (July 24, 2020)

  • Improved the getting started workflow.
  • Hide plugin settings and export options unless Enable FREE and Unlimited Access is enabled.

5.0.0 (July 24, 2020)

  • Free and unlimited Access to API.
  • Get started with one click only.
  • Automatic and secure self-configuration. No need to Sign In or Sign Up on website.
  • Adds announcement bar on Admin pages when FREE access is not enabled.
  • Better error handling

4.1.0 (June 2, 2020)

  • Add support to export Pages.
  • Add support to export custom defined post types.
  • Improved exception handling for invalid App SID or App Key.
  • Improved behaviour when plugin is used with improper configuration.
  • Export multiple posts to a single document file.
  • Some minor bug fixes.
  • Code refactoring.

4.0.0 (April 29, 2020)

  • Upgraded to latest REST API.
  • Better error handling.
  • Bug fix: Exported document is empty.
  • Bug fix: Exported archive is damaged.
  • Bug fix: Cannot open file.
  • Bug fix: Empty white page.


  • Fixed undefined constant: WPBMap and undefined offset: 3 error.


  • Provide option to include Post categories in the exported Word document.


  • Bug fixes


  • Plugin supports multi language export now.


  • Downloading of the exported file will start immediately after converting from Aspose.Cloud.


  • This is the first version