Enhance Your SharePoint Environment with a Multi-Format Document Comparison Tool

GroupDocs.Comparison for .NET LogoGroupDocs.Comparison for .NET is a downloadable library designed to let developers seamlessly add multi-format document comparison functionality to their own applications or 3rd party services. It allows end users to compare two versions of a document in a web-browser without having to install original software used to create the documents. Supported file formats include: PDF, Microsoft Word, Excel, PowerPoint, plain text, HTML and ODT.

Today we’re pleased to announce the release of a plugin that allows developers to integrate GroupDocs.Comparison for .NET into SharePoint. When installed, end users will be able to compare two versions of a document directly from within your SharePoint environment. Key features include:

Multiple File Types Support: PDF, DOC/DOCX, XLS/XLSX, PPT/PPTX, TXT, HTML, ODT.

Cross-Platform Compatibility: end users can compare documents from any web-enabled device using any standard web-browser, including: Internet Explorer 8+, Chrome, Mozilla Firefox and Safari 5+.

Easy deployment: there is no need to install any software or browser plugins on the client side.

Convenient User Interface: GroupDocs.Comparison visualizes differences found between two documents using a redline “Track Changes” view approach, which should be familiar to Microsoft Word users. The UI also provides end users with a comprehensive set of controls, which makes it easy to navigate documents and review changes in a web-browser.

Advanced support for Microsoft Word documents: when comparing Microsoft Word documents, users can accept or reject found differences and then merge the compared documents into a final file.

For more details on GroupDocs.Comparison for .NET, please visit its homepage. The SharePoint plugin along with installation instructions, please find here. If you have any questions about the plugin or need help, please feel free to submit a request on the GroupDocs Support Forum.

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