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Support for Single-Column Table-Row Data Bands in GroupDocs.Assembly for .NET 18.2

GroupDocs team is proudly announcing the support for single-column table-row data bands in monthly release of GroupDocs.Assembly for .NET 18.2. Using the latest version, you can now add single-column table-row data bands in word processing, spreadsheet, presentation, and email messages with HTML and RTF bodies. We recommend you to download and use the latest version of API. Features IntroducedGroupDocs.Assembly for .NET extends abilities to work with single-column table-row data bands and conditional blocks.
March 19, 2018 · 2 min · Ali Ahmed

Work with Table-Row Data Bands and Conditional Blocks in GroupDocs.Assembly for Java 18.2

At GroupDocs, we keep on updating our products for better user experience. In this regard, we are excitedly announcing another monthly release of GroupDocs.Assembly for Java 18.2. Using the latest version, you can now add single-column table-row data bands in word processing, spreadsheet, presentation, and email messages with HTML and RTF bodies. We would recommend you to download and integrate this latest release. Features IntroducedGroupDocs.Assembly for Java extends abilities to work with single-column table-row data bands and conditional blocks.
March 19, 2018 · 2 min · Ali Ahmed

Change Chart Axis Title Dynamically using GroupDocs.Assembly for .NET 18.1

At GroupDocs we keep on updating our API’s for better user experience. In this regard, we are proudly announcing the monthly release of GroupDocs.Assembly for .NET 18.1. Using the latest version, you can now change chart axis title dynamically in the spreadsheet, presentation, and email documents. We recommend you to download and use the latest version of API. Insert Chart Axis Title DynamicallyYou can now insert chart axis title dynamically in spreadsheet, presentation, and email documents.
February 11, 2018 · 2 min · Ali Ahmed

GroupDocs.Assembly for .NET Library – Introduction

We are pleased to announce the release of the new library that enhances a set of our document collaboration tools - GroupDocs.Assembly for .NET. The library generates PDF and Word documents from templates by automatically filling out merge fields with custom data. If your company or a client have to create tens or hundreds of documents by filling out standard templates with data obtained through user input or from a DB, this library can be of great help.
April 28, 2014 · 3 min · Derek Hyland

Assemble Documents and Acquire Online Signatures with GroupDocs!

The Web 2.0 era has brought consumers and organizations closer. Consumers are active in community forums, blogs or other information-sharing platforms to discuss their tastes and preferences. Closer relationships with their customers has helped organizations understand buyer’s behavior and devise new products faster. Growing Internet penetration ensures that organizations who share, collaborate and reach out to their customers have a competitive edge. Managing documents effectively is important for businesses to increase the transaction cycle.
August 26, 2013 · 4 min · Rahul Gulati

Integration of GroupDocs’ Powerful Contract Management Software with Multiple Platforms

Great news to contract management world! After the successful integration of GroupDocs Annotation and GroupDocs Viewer apps with multiple platforms, GroupDocs have now introduced its efficient contract management software plugin to multiple platforms. Now, no matter what CMS you use, you can integrate our contract management software plugin to your websites. [caption id=“attachment_1721” align=“alignnone” width=“600” caption=“GroupDocs introduced its contract management software plugin for various CMSs”][/caption] Once the plugin is installed, you can embed questionnaires and then collect data to automatically create new documents online.
March 15, 2013 · 2 min · Derek Hyland

What is GroupDocs Assembly?

Last week, I mentioned changes that we’re making to GroupDocs Assembly to make it more intuitive. Document assembly (also known as document automation) is an aspect of document management that you might not be familiar with, so this week I’ll discuss what it is and how it can be used in more detail. Document Management?You’ve found your way to GroupDocs and the GroupDocs blog so chances are that you have an idea about [document management](http://groupdocs.
May 22, 2012 · 3 min · Derek Hyland