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Remove Annotations from PDF or Word Documents in Java

Annotations are commonly used for pointing out observations in documents. These can also be used for providing feedback while discussion. Earlier, we discussed, the Java way to add different annotations to PDF documents. This article discusses how to remove annotations from documents like PDF and Word DOC/DOCX files in Java.
March 12, 2022 · 3 min · Shoaib Khan

Text Highlight Settings are Introduced in GroupDocs.Comparison for .NET 18.8

GroupDocs.Comparison for .NET 18.8 comes with some new features, improvements and bug fixes.Text highlighting feature is introduced and PDF mapper is improved. Please follow the release notes here for further details. We’d recommend you to try latest version of the API and share your feedback. Features Implement new Setting for text highlighting in Html, Slides, Notes, Pdf and Words``` settings.InsertedItemsStyle.HighlightColor = System.Drawing.Color.Red; settings.DeletedItemsStyle.HighlightColor = System.Drawing.Color.Blue; settings.DeletedItemsStyle.HighlightColor = System.Drawing.Color.Blue; ## Improvements * Improve PDF mapper * Support of comparing different formats with image ## Bug Fix * Output of PDF with graphs is not as expected * PDF with images is not as expected # Available Channels and Resources Here are a few channels and resources for you to download, learn, try and get technical support on **GroupDocs.
September 3, 2018 · 2 min · Atir Tahir

Control Meta-Data and Build a Custom UI with the New GroupDocs.Annotation for Java Library Version 1.7.0

GroupDocs.Annotation for Java is a lightweight library that allows end users to annotate PDF and Microsoft Office documents, raster images, AutoCAD drawings and 50+ types of files without the need to install the software that the documents or images were created in. A convenient web UI allows users to view, annotate, redact, comment on and share documents from any web-enabled device. Recently we’ve released a new GroupDocs.Annotation for Java library – version 1.
November 21, 2014 · 3 min · Ihor Mykhalevych