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Dynamically Assemble External Documents using C# .NET API

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If you are a software developer, and you are looking to programmatically incorporate document automation functionality into your applications on .NET platform, there are not many APIs which offer you the convenience of use bundled with a proven feature set and seamless processing. Of the few APIs you could trust, GroupDocs.Assembly for .NET is surely one to consider.

It envelops a range of very useful functions giving you the edge when assembling various types of commonly used documents formats, from different data sources such as database, JSON, XML, OData and Custom .NET Objects. An important feature of this automation API is the ability to dynamically assemble external documents. This feature is currently available for Microsoft Word and Email formats.

You can work with doc tags, which are placeholders within templates, allowing you to absorb documents at run-time. Using these doc tags, programmers can insert documents dynamically into their reports with the .NET API. Learn more –

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