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Append or Merge Multiple Documents into a Single Document in Cloud

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What is new in this release?

Saaspose development team is very happy to announce the new release of Saaspose.Words. This release allows appending a list of documents using Saaspose.Words REST API. Your application’s requirements can vary according to different scenarios in today’s web and mobile applications era. You may need to combine and merge many multiple documents into one single document. Saaspose.Words offers an important aspect of document manipulation; appending multiple documents in the cloud. Using Saaspose.Words in your applications, you can integrate cost effective and reliable features and get quality results as per your requirements. This REST API eliminates the need of putting in lots of manual work and efforts to append a list of documents. You can append a list of documents in a single document using Saaspose.Words REST API. You can upload all the input files on Saaspose storage and execute this feature. Once the files are appended in a single document, you can download the MS Word document from Saaspose storage or other supported file storages. You can also directly append multiple documents on your local system without using saving the files to the storage. It is a single call process that uses append document controller resource; it uploads the files to server, appends the files to the document, sends the converted file back as response stream and deletes the source files from the server. You can refer to our documentation that guides through the features and examples of Saaspose.Words. By using Saaspose.Words, you can append or merge multiple documents in a single document. Saaspose.Words offers various features for document creation and manipulation in the cloud. It is a platform independent API and you can integrate it with other file format APIs to use a variety of features for your applications in the cloud. We offer a free development account for evaluation of this feature to append a list of documents. You can sign up at Saaspose and get started with the feature rich APIs in no time.

Newly added documentation pages and articles

Some new tips and articles have now been added into Saaspose.Words documentation that may guide you briefly how to use Saaspose.Words for performing different tasks like the followings.

- Append a List of Documents (.NET REST)
- Append a List of Documents (Java REST)

Overview: Saaspose.Words

Saaspose.Words is a platform independent REST API used for cloud based document creation, manipulation & conversion. It allows converting document to DOC, DOCX, XPS, TIFF, PDF, HTML, SWF & many other formats. It can be used languages like .NET, Java, PHP, Ruby, Rails, Python, jQuery & many others. It can also be integrated with other cloud services to process documents. Other features include Create & modify watermark, content & formatting manipulation, mail merge abilities, reporting features.

More about Saaspose.Words

- Homepage Saaspose.Words
- Download latest available Saaspose SDKs
- Online documentation for Saaspose.Words
- Saaspose.Words REST Live Examples
- Ask technical questions/queries from Saaspose Support Team

Contact Information
Aspose Pty Ltd, Suite 163,
79 Longueville Road
Lane Cove, NSW, 2066
Australia
Saaspose - Your File Format Experts 2.0
sales@aspose.com
Phone: 1.214.329.1520
Fax: 866.810.9465
 
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