Add TextReplacement Annotation in Slides Document using GroupDocs.Annotation for .NET 18.10

GroupDocs.Annotation for .NET

We are proudly announcing another monthly release of GroupDocs.Annotation for .NET. This latest release 18.10 of the API comes up with the feature to add TextReplacement annotation in Slides document along with font family support. Moreover, few fixes are also introduced in this version, we therefore recommend you to download the new version of the API to enhance your document annotation experience.

Feature

  • TextReplacement annotation for Slides document
  • Font family support for TextReplacement annotation

Bug Fixes

  • Time format for Slides document
  • Converting Int into PDF.Color
  • Annotation point position for TextReplacement on Slides document
  • CleanUp on PDF document

Available Channels and Resources

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TableFormatSetter for Slides is Improved in GroupDocs.Comparison for .NET 18.10

GroupDocs.ComparisonGroupDocs.Comparison for .NET 18.10 comes with an improvement and a few bug fixes. Issues such as style comparison in first column of Slides documents are now fixed. Please follow the release notes here for further details. We would recommend you to try the latest version of the API and share your feedback.

Improvements

  • Improve TableFormatSetter for Slides

Bug Fix

Following issues are resolved for Slides:

  • Table does not display text style change
  • Issue with table theme
  • Comparing styles in first column
  • Issue with sizes of the resultant document

Available Channels and Resources

Here are a few channels and resources for you to download, learn, try and get technical support on GroupDocs.Comparison for .NET API:

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Render TSV and PCL Formats using GroupDocs.Viewer for .NET 18.11

Document Viewer API

Today, we are glad to announce the release of GroupDocs.Viewer for .NET 18.11. The latest version includes a couple of new features as well as a bunch of improvements and bug fixes. The API now supports rendering of TSV (Tab-separated values) and PCL (Printer Command Language) file formats. Below is the list of new features, improvements, and fixes added in v18.11.

Features Introduced

Since v18.11, we have extended the list of supported file formats and now the API is capable of rendering the following formats:

  • TSV (Tab-separated values)
  • PCL (Printer Command Language)

For a complete list of supported file formats, please visit this documentation article.

Improvements

We have included the following improvements in version 18.11:

  • Rendering comments from ODP presentation documents that have no author
  • Rendering attachments while working with source document’s stream (for sample code snippet, please visit the documentation)
  • Extended support for ExcludeFonts setting of HtmlOptions class for MS OneNote documents
  • Exporting font files as external resources when rendering MS OneNote documents
  • Added support for DefaultFontName option when rendering MS OneNote documents

Bug Fixes

Following issues are fixed in version 18.11 of GroupDocs.Viewer for .NET.

  • Exception when rendering email message containing .msg file as attachment
  • Issues when rendering Japanese PDF document to HTML
  • Font lightness is ignored for rendering Presentations into HTML
  • Resources are not created in cache after GetPrintableHtml() is called
  • Unexpected behavior of cache when both Image and Html handlers are instantiated
  • Missing pst and ost formats in GetSupportedDocumentFormats()

Related Links and Resources

We have a few channels and resources for you to download, learn, try and get technical support on GroupDocs.Viewer.

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Releasing GroupDocs.Search for Java – Document Searching and Indexing API

GroupDocs.Search for JavaWe are pleased to announce that the first version of GroupDocs.Search for Java has been released. The API allows Java developers to perform searching and indexing operations against various formats to gain data insights. One can easily perform actions to search through different directories and documents for text occurrences, basic metadata fields, file names, document types and many more. Please continue to read more about the features and the file formats supported by the API.

Supported Features

Following are the salient features of GroupDocs.Search for Java.

  • Simple Search
  • Boolean Search
  • Regular Expression
  • Faceted Search
  • Case Sensitive Search
  • Fuzzy Search
  • Synonym Search
  • Date Range Search
  • Numeric Range Search
  • Spelling Corrector
  • Keyboard Layout Corrector
  • Searching by Parts

Object Types

GroupDocs.Search supports searching for the following object types.

  • Text Occurrences
  • Basic Metadata Fields
  • File Names
  • Document Types
  • Document Created/Modified Dates

For more details on supported features, please visit the article: Features Overview.

Supported File Formats

The following is the list of file formats supported by GroupDocs.Search.

  1. Microsoft WordDocument Formats (.doc/.docx/.docm/.dot/.dotx/.odd/.ott)
  2. Presentation Document Formats (.ppt/.pptx/.pot/.potx/.ppsx/.pptm/.ppsm/.ppsx/.odp)
  3. Spreadsheet Document Formats (.xlsx/.xls/.xlsm/.xltm/.xltx/.xlsb/.ods)
  4. OneNote Documents (.one)
  5. Outlook(.msg/.eml/.emlx/.pst/.ost)
  6. Electronic Publication Formats (.epub/.fb2 (FuctionBook))
  7. Portable Document Format (.pdf)
  8. Compression and Packaging Formats (.zip)
  9. Text Document (.txt)

For more details on supported formats, please visit the article: Supported File Formats.

Example Business Cases

You have a folder with a lot of books and you want to search for a specific text in them. It would be difficult to do it manually but GroupDocs.Search can perform the search for you with accuracy in few steps. Just create the index for the folder, use the search query and you will get the results. In case more books are added to the folder, you would just need to update the index. Furthermore, you can index multiple folders as well as search the query in multiple indexes.

Available Channels and Resources

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Add Metadata Signature in Cells Document using GroupDocs.Signature for .NET 18.10

GroupDocs.Signature

We at GroupDocs, are pleased to announce another monthly release of GroupDocs.Signature for .NET. This latest release 18.10 of the API provides the ability to add and search Metadata Signature in Cells and Words documents. Furthermore, few improvements are also introduced in this version, therefore, we recommend you to download the new version of API and evaluate the exciting features to enhance document e-signing experience.

Features

Metadata Signatures for Cells and Words documents

The Metadata Signature is the additional document property that contains special attributes/tags to keep non visual information inside the document.
Following example demonstrates how to compose Metadata Signature options for Cells document:

// setup options with text of signature
CellsMetadataSignOptions signOptions = new CellsMetadataSignOptions();
// Specify different Metadata Signatures and add them to options sigature collection
// setup Author property
CellsMetadataSignature mdSign_Author = new CellsMetadataSignature("Author", "Mr.Scherlock Holmes");
signOptions.MetadataSignatures.Add(mdSign_Author);
// setup data of document id
CellsMetadataSignature mdSign_DocId = new CellsMetadataSignature("DocumentId", Guid.NewGuid().ToString());
signOptions.MetadataSignatures.Add(mdSign_DocId);
// setup data of sign date
CellsMetadataSignature mdSign_Date = new CellsMetadataSignature("SignDate", DateTime.Now);
signOptions.MetadataSignatures.Add(mdSign_Date);
// setup some integer value
CellsMetadataSignature mdSign_Days = new CellsMetadataSignature("DocDays", 12345);
signOptions.MetadataSignatures.Add(mdSign_Days);
// setup data of sign date
CellsMetadataSignature mdSign_Koeff = new CellsMetadataSignature("SignKoeff", 2.345M);
signOptions.MetadataSignatures.Add(mdSign_Koeff);
// sign document
string signedPath = handler.Sign("Sample.xlsx", signOptions,
	new SaveOptions { OutputType = OutputType.String, OutputFileName = "Words_Document_Metadata" });

Search Metadata Signature in Cells and Words documents

You can search for Metadata Signatures within the Cells and Words documents.
Following example demonstrates how to search Metadata Signatures in Words document:

// setup search options
WordsSearchMetadataOptions searchOptions = new WordsSearchMetadataOptions();
// search document
SearchResult result = handler.Search("SignedMetadata.docx", searchOptions);
// output signatures
List signatures = result.ToList();
foreach (WordsMetadataSignature signature in signatures)
{
	WordsMetadataSignature metadataSignature = signature as WordsMetadataSignature;
	if (metadataSignature != null)
	{
		Console.WriteLine("Words Metadata: {0} = {1}", metadataSignature.Name, metadataSignature.ToString());
	}
}

Additional Verification Criteria

This latest version of the API provides ability to search comments of Digital Signatures in Words document.

public string Comments { get; set; } 

Improvements

  • Support of password protected Open-Documents-Spreadsheet ODS file formats
  • Search results conversion to typed list of signatures
  • Global Exception handler to catch all not handled exceptions

Available Channels and Resources

Here are a few channels and resources for you to learn, try and get technical support on GroupDocs.Signature API for .NET:

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GroupDocs Newsletter November 2018 – .NET and Java Documents Manipulation APIs

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Merge and Compare Business Documents of Same Format
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GroupDocs.Comparison Product Family includes .NET and Java APIs to efficiently merge and compare all popular business document formats (Microsoft Word, Excel, PowerPoint, OpenDocument ODT, PDF, Text and HTML) for difference checking. The APIs support comparing text contents, words, paragraphs, characters and style changes like font size, bold, italic etc. The differences summary is saved in a separate result file for further analysis.

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Upcoming Release of GroupDocs.Search for Java

GroupDocs Search for Java

We are about to release GroupDocs.Search for Java, a full-featured, back-end API that could easily be utilized by Java developers in their projects. It is a fascinating document search API that extracts text and metadata from documents. Furthermore, it performs advanced searching and indexing operations on the basis of fuzzy and synonym algorithms. API also supports full-text search.

Features Offered by GroupDocs.Search for Java

GroupDocs will keep on updating this API with new features. An initial list of features offered by the API will be:

Searching Features

Search Queries

  • Simple Queries
  • Boolean Queries
  • Regular Expression Queries
  • Faceted  Search Queries
  • Case Sensitive Search Queries

Advance Search

  • Fuzzy Search
  • Synonym Search
  • Date Range Search
  • Numeric Range Search
  • Password Protected Documents Search
  • Search using Morphological Word Forms
  • Spelling Corrector
  • Keyboard layout Corrector
  • Exact Phrase Search
  • Specify Number of Searching Thread
  • Cancel Search Operation
  • Search by Parts
  • Get Search Report
  • Highlight Results in Text

Other Features

  • Get total hit counts for a search query
  • Limit the number of search results
  • Get matched words in the found documents
  • Warn user in case of not supported settings
  • Support different search features in a single search query
  • Define table discrete function as a step function
  • Save encodings automatically

Indexing Features

  • Create Index
  • Update Index
  • Load Index
  • Add Documents to Index

Other Features

  • Index metadata of documents
  • Merge indexes
  • Track all changes to file in index folder
  • View progress percentage of indexing or updating
  • Prevent unnecessary file indexing
  • Subscribe to events
  • Extract the list of indexed documents
  • Extract document text
  • Compact Indexing
  • Multithreaded Indexing
  • Accent-insensitive indexing
  • Detect encoding automatically
  • Cancel indexing, updating and merging operations

The API will initially support the following document types for text extraction:

  • Word Processing Documents
  • Spreadsheet Documents
  • Presentation Documents
  • OpenOffice Presentation Documents
  • Email Messages
  • PDF Documents
  • Text Documents
  • Electronic Publication Documents
  • FictionBook Documents
  • Microsoft Compiled HTML Help
  • OneNote Documents
  • ZIP Archives

First Version Availability

We are finalizing the first release of GroupDocs.Search for Java and hope that you will be able to avail it very soon. Please stay tuned for further updates. We would be happy to hear your queries or suggestions at GroupDocs.Search forum.

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Multicomparer Issue is Resolved in GroupDocs.Comparison for Java 18.6.3

GroupDocs.Comparison

Another release of GroupDocs.Comparison for Java 18.6.3 is on-board. It comes with few bug fixes. Comparison of password protected documents issue is now resolved, please visit the release notes. We’d recommend you to Download the new release and enhance your document comparison experience.

Bug Fixes

  • Exception occurs while comparing presentations
  • Comparing files with passwords doesn’t work
  • MultiCompare returns null
  • Fix Api for MultiComparer

API Resources

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