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We are excited to bring a major release of GroupDocs.Viewer for Java API packaging a bunch of new features, improvements, and bug fixes. In the latest release, we have added the support of viewing archives and a couple of code files as well as provided the features of working with security settings in the PDF documents. So let’s walk through the latest release of our document viewer API for Java and check out what you are going to get after … Continue Reading
As all our records and documentations are facing a digital transformation. It has made it quite necessary for us to have a good knowledge of the tools that may help us in the long run. Annotation is one of those tools which may help you in adding the extra, yet necessary, piece of information into your documents.
Annotation helps readers in understanding the text in a better way. It also helps different people working on the same task to exchange … Continue Reading
If you are a regular user of Word Processing, Spreadsheet, Presentation and PDF documents, you can understand how struggling the task of typing up these documents is. Considering the efforts that requires just in the area of typing, formatting and correcting the layout is significantly difficult as it usually requires multiple clicks to complete a simple task of formatting.
Although some documents tool creates new pages automatically, as needed, but it is quite difficult to move pages within the documents. … Continue Reading
Convert XML-FO, XSL, VSDM, VSSM, VSTM and LATEX file formats using in GroupDocs.Conversion for .NET v17.5.0
GroupDocs team is glad to announce another release of GroupDocs.Conversion for .NET v17.5.0 API. In this monthly release new file formats like XML-FO/ XSL , VSDM, VSSM, VSTM and LATEX support introduced along with new feature “Option to set Zoom when Converting to HTML and Improved Memory Usage” . This release is also including major fixes and improvements. We recommend our users to download the new release and use the new exciting features to enhance … Continue Reading
GroupDocs team is glad to announce another monthly release of GroupDocs.Comparison for .NET 16.11.0 API along with Improved Performance ,new features and fixes. Major changes are done for Presentation document format and introduced enhanced Support for advanced Visual Basic Scripts and detection of Picture Frames.In this monthly release 3 new feature are introduced along with 4 improvements and 3 Bug fixes. Download the latest GroupDocs.Comparison for .NET API to implement the new and improved features.
GroupDocs.Comparison for .NET 16.11.0 –… Continue Reading
Wait is over now, GroupDocs team is glad to announce another exciting monthly release where in supported document formats list, Presentation file format is introduced. The latest GroupDocs.Annotation for .NET 16.10.0 API provides support for all major annotation types (Highlight Text, Area Annotation, and Strikeout etc) for Presentation file format along with improvements and fixes. We recommend that download the latest API release to add new exciting features and enhance your application with GroupDocs.Annotation for .NET
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Releasing Next Generation GroupDocs.Comparison for .NET – Compare and Merge Microsoft Office, OpenDocument, PDF, Text and HTML documents
GroupDocs team happily announces the release of Next Generation GroupDocs.Comparison for .NET with the new features that you may have not practiced before. GroupDocs.Comparison is a powerful API for comparing + merging Microsoft Office, PDF, Text and HTML documents. It compares both content and styles in the documents and saves the difference summary in a separate result file. This version has a new installer and some new features, fixes, and more document formats are introduced. We recommend that you … Continue Reading
One of the features that GroupDocs offers is document conversion, converting documents from one file formats to another. There are lots of different reasons why this is such a big deal. If you’ve never been sent a file you couldn’t open, or had a file you sent somewhere returned to you because the recipient couldn’t open it – you’ve been lucky! It is becoming much easier to send documents from one application or operating system to another. In the… Continue Reading