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Introducing GroupDocs.Watermark for .NET – A Convenient Watermarking API

 
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GroupDocs.Watermark for .NET Introduced – A Convenient Watermarking .NET API

Watermarking is a technique to indicate that the document is confidential and contains some sensitive information/data.
GroupDocs.Watermark can be used to apply the watermark to all the documents to symbolize the sensitivity of the information and to discourage any unauthorized and unaccredited sharing.

GroupDocs.Watermark - Supported Features

Following are the salient features exposed by GroupDocs.Watermark for .NET.
  • Adding text/image watermark to supported document formats.
  • Searching and removing text/image watermark in supported document formats.
  • Adding watermark to images inside a document.
  • Work with watermark objects in Word, Excel, PowerPoint, Visio and PDF documents.
  • PDF document rasterization.
  • Getting document information.


  • For more details, visit GroupDocs blog.

     
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