Category Archive: GroupDocs.Conversion Product Family

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Convert Spreadsheets using GroupDocs.Conversion for .NET and Java

Reason to use a Document Conversion API The world is becoming a global village and businesses running all over the world interacting and collaborating with hundreds of institutions across the globe, the data gathered from different sources come in a … Continue reading

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Add watermark to the converted document in C# or Java

Document conversion is one of the most frequent process that endures across a lot of industries. Sometimes, its the business need to put a watermark on the resultant document. For example, you want to convert a PPTX to PDF with … Continue reading

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Adjust contrast when converting a document to image

Up til now there was a simple document to image conversion process. With the release of GroupDocs.Conversion for Java 19.10, we’ve added a number of interesting features for image conversion. Set color mode when converting to JPEG Option to set … Continue reading

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Introducing Simple and Easy to Use .NET Document Conversion API

We are introducing a new public API that is designed to be implemented easily. Those who are using previous version of the API (below 19.9), you don’t have to worry. The legacy API has been moved into legacy namespace. If … Continue reading

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Convert Selected or Partial Spreadsheet Rows

You might be looking for a software component or API using that an excel sheet could be converted to PDF/Word or any other supported format partially. What is the difference?Many of us are just concerned with the output. Process an … Continue reading

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Retrieve Count of Credits Consumed In GroupDocs.Conversion for .NET

As you know that API already supports metered licensing. Can we get count of credits consumed?Yes, we have a good news for you. There is a new method GetConsumptionCredit() implemented in Metered class. This method returns count of credits that … Continue reading

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Issue with Footnote Number is Resolved

If you worked with earlier versions of the API, you are probably aware that there was issue in footnote number conversion. A Word document with such footnotes was converted to PDF or any other supported file format successfully but the … Continue reading

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Implement Conversion to WMF Format

WMF is a Windows MetaFile that can contain both vector and bitmap image information. We added support of WMF file format along-with few others in GroupDocs.Conversion for .NET 19.5. You can now convert any supported file format to WMF. Along-with … Continue reading

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AutoCAD to Image Conversion Issue is Fixed

Here we are with another release of GroupDocs.Conversion for .NET 19.4. We’ve implemented automatic naming when saving a converted document to file. Do you want to convert a CMX (Corel Metafile eXchange) file to PDF or any other supported file … Continue reading

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Implement Page Rotation when Converting to PDF

Its time to augment your document conversion experience. You will be pleased to hear the new features, improvements and bug fixes that we’r going to elaborate in this blog post. Did you ever think of converting and rotating a document … Continue reading

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