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GroupDocs.Annotation for .NET

 
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This module integrates the .NET version of the GroupDocs document annotation library into CMSMS. Once installed, you'll be able to display over 50 types of documents and images along with an annotation widget on any page within your CMSMS website. Supported document formats include: PDF and Microsoft Word documents, Excel spreadsheets, PowerPoint presentations, Visio diagrams, OpenDocument files, CAD and raster images. Among the key benefits of the GroupDocs.Annotation for .NET library are: 1. Documents embedded to your website can be viewed and annotated from any web-enabled device and using any standard web-browser. Your website visitors don’t have to install any office software or browser plugins. 2. A comprehensive set of annotation tools, including: sticky notes, rectangles, polyline, arrows, watermarks, redaction, text underline/strikethrough and ruler. 3. Several users can review and annotate the same document simultaneously, each seeing others’ comments in real time. 4. Documents annotated online on your website can then be exported to a PDF file or printed out with annotations in them. 5. Thanks to the built-in Digital Rights Management feature, you can prevent users from copying, downloading and printing the documents you share on your website. INSTALLATION: before you proceed, please be aware that this module requires the GroupDocs.Annotation for .NET library to be installed on your server. For more details on the library and to download a free evaluation copy, please visit GroupDocs website: https://groupdocs.com/dot-net/document-annotation-library

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groupdocs_annotation_net

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2015-02-27 Release History
 
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Project Summary

  • Type: Module
  • Created: 2015-02-25 (60 months ago)
  • Last Release Date: 2015-02-27 (60 months ago)
  • Last Commit Date: None