Change Title and Background Color Dynamically using GroupDocs.Assembly for Java 17.12

Document Assembly APIAt GroupDocs, we are always focused on delivering the best to our customers. In this regard, we are excitedly announcing another monthly release of GroupDocs.Assembly for Java v17.12. Using the latest version, you can now change text background color dynamically in word processing and email documents. You can also change chart axis title dynamically in word processing documents. Furthermore, you can insert images and barcodes dynamically in email messages (msg) with RTF body. We would recommend you to download and integrate this latest release.

Java Document Assembly API – New Features

This latest release provides support for:

  • Support dynamic insertion of images for MSG messages with RTF body
  • Support dynamic shape fill color setting for Word Processing documents
  • Support dynamic shape fill color setting for email messages with HTML body
  • Support dynamic shape fill color setting for email messages with RTF body
  • Support dynamic chart axis title setting for Word Processing documents

Change chart axis title dynamically in Word Processing documents

From now, template syntax expressions are supported in chart axis titles. Thus, to set a chart axis title dynamically, you can put an expression tag into it like in the following example:

<<[axis_title_expression]>>

Change text background color dynamically in Word Processing and Email file formats

You can set text background color for document contents dynamically using backColor tags. The syntax of a backColor tag is defined as follows:

<<backColor[color_expression]>>
content_to_be_colored
<</backColor>>

Available Channels and Resources

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

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