Annotate documents programmatically using GroupDocs.Annotation for .NET

How about annotating a document programmatically? GroupDocs.Annotation for .NET offers a wide range of annotations (e.g. graphical, watermark, redaction, underline, etc.) that can be added in any supported document without third party software/tool installation.

If you are already using GroupDocs.Annotation for .NET. You can migrate to version 19.9 because:

  • Annotator class introduced as a single entry point to manage the document annotating process to any supported file format
  • The overall rendering speed improved dramatically by saving rendered page as soon as it was rendered, not when all pages were rendered
  • Document saving options simplified so it’s easy to instantiate proper options class and control over document annotating and saving processes

Let’s see the code difference. Below is the old code style.

Below is the new code style.

The legacy API have been moved into Legacy namespace so after update to this version it is required to make project-wide replacement of namespace usages from GroupDocs.Annotation to GroupDocs.Annotation.Legacy to resolve build issues.

You can install NuGet or get the API from the download section. In case of any issue, post it on forum.



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