Monthly Archives: September 2014

Managing User Access Rights and Specifying Fonts in the GroupDocs.Annotation for Java Library

GroupDocs.Annotation for Java is a lightweight document annotation Java library that allows the placing of markup and comments in Microsoft Office documents, PDFs, images and over 50 other file types. It provides end users with a rich set of markup … Continue reading

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Support for Native Word & PDF Annotations in GroupDocs.Annotation for Java Version 1.5+

GroupDocs.Annotation for Java is a flexible library built to extend document collaboration to the web. It allows end users to review, annotate and comment on over 50 types of documents. The library supports Microsoft Office and OpenDocument formats, PDFs, images, … Continue reading

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Loading Documents from Streams with the GroupDocs.Viewer for .NET Library

Greetings! As you may noticed, in most GroupDocs.Viewer for .NET sample projects, target documents are presented in the form of files. They are usually placed in the “testfiles” folder, which is specified in the Global.asax. So you might think that … Continue reading

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GroupDocs.Viewer for .NET Extension Is Now Available for Magento Developers

We are pleased to announce the release of the extension that allows Magento developers to seamlessly integrate GroupDocs.Viewer for .NET into their websites. The extension has been approved by the Magento admins and is now available for download from the … Continue reading

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Spotlight on GroupDocs.Conversion for .NET and News, September 2014

Share this issue: Monthly Newsletter September, 2014 Need a Reliable File Conversion API? Converting files between formats shouldn’t have to be difficult. All you want to do is to convert one format to another while retaining layout and formatting. With … Continue reading

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