Import TextField Annotation from Word Documents using GroupDocs.Annotation for Java 17.1.0

Logo ImageConsidering the extensibility of the API, team GroupDocs is pleased to announce another monthly release of GroupDocs.Annotation for Java 17.1.0. This release comes with multitude of new features, improvements and bug fixes. Now, GroupDocs.Annotation for Java developers can import annotations from Word and Slide documents. Furthermore, API permits developers to annotate Slide documents with different annotation types. We’d recommend you to fetch latest release of the API, integrate it in your project and share your valuable feedback.

GroupDocs.Annotation for Java 17.1.0 – New Features

Document Annotation API – Improvements

  • Implement option for ability to auto-import annotations when opening PDF documents
  • Show and store annotation author when export annotation for PDF documents

GroupDocs.Annotation for Java API – Bug Fixes

  • Fix users permission for Delete annotations
  • Arrow annotation imported incorrectly on several Words documents
  • Wrong annotation orientation (After export PDF annotations are shifted to other place)
  • While exporting Slide document TextField annotation hasn’t text
  • Fix background when import Resource Redaction annotation (for slides)
  • Quality doesn’t work
  • Search functionality doesn’t work for one pdf
  • Incorrect rendering “strickeout text” annotation after import
  • Localization works only after a document was rendered
  • Access callbacks ExportPdf and ExportWord do not works
  • Performance issue with .pdf document that has a lot of images
  • Document comments reply issues
  • Issue with showing Excel groups

Available Channels and Resources

Here are a few channels and resources for you to download, learn, try and get technical support on Documentation Annotation API:

Feedback

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