Access Attachment in PDF and Excel Document using GroupDocs.Watermark for .NET 17.10

GroupDocs Watermark for .NET

We are pleased to announce the release of version 17.10 of GroupDocs.Watermark for .NET API. This version provides the ability to access and work with attachments in PDF and Excel documents. Just download the latest release to get benefit from new features available in GroupDocs.Watermark for .NET API. Please continue to read to get familiar with more details.

Working with Attachments in PDF Document

GroupDocs.Watermark for .NET 17.10 enables you to work with the attachments in PDF document. This release provides the ability to extract, add, remove, search and add watermark to attachments in PDF document. For details please visit this documentation article. Below is the list of operations that can be performed on attachments:

  • Extract all the attachments present in PDF document
  • Add an attachment to PDF document
  • Remove any particular attachment from PDF document
  • Add watermark to supported files in all attachments in a PDF document
  • Search for attached images from PDF document

Working with Attachments in Excel Document

GroupDocs.Watermark for .NET 17.10 enables you to work with the attachments in Excel document. This release supports extraction, adding, removing and searching for attachments in Excel document. For further details, please visit this documentation article. Below are the operations you can perform on attachments:

  • Extract all attachments from Excel document
  • Add an attachment to Excel document
  • Add linked attachment to Excel document
  • Remove particular attachments from Excel document
  • Add watermark to all attached files in Excel document
  • Search for all the images and watermarkable attachments in Excel document

Available Channels and Resources

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

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