Introduction to GroupDocs.Viewer for .NET
What is Document/File Viewer
Document/File viewers; do not edit files, yet it is common for them to be able to export data in a different file format, or to copy information from the viewed to the system-wide clipboard.
A document viewer is limited-functionality software in the sense that it does not have a capability to create a file, or modify the content of an existing one. Instead, it is used only to display or print the content.
For more information, please visit: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/File_viewer
What is GroupDocs.Viewer?
A powerful document viewer component that allows you to display over 50 document formats in your .NET applications. The viewer can both rasterize documents and convert them to SVG+HTML+CSS, delivering true-text high-fidelity rendering. Supported file formats include:
- Microsoft Office
- Microsoft Visio
- Microsoft Project
- Outlook documents
- Image files (TIFF, JPG, BMP, GIF, TIFF, etc.)
and many more formats.
What Does GroupDocs.Viewer Do?
The GroupDocs.Viewer allows getting representation in HTML or image format for whole document, page-by-page or custom range of pages.
The product will be characterized by the following key features:
- Allowing all application functionality to be controlled programmatically
- Rendering document as HTML or image for each document type
- Set of predefined options for viewing in all modes, each will have proper default values
- Multiple render options - including transformations and watermarking
- Abstract Storage API
- Abstract Cache API
Technical Support Channels
Product Support Forums
The main channels of the Technical Support are Product Support Forums. Post your question in the Forum and it will be answered within a few hours. Please try to report one issue per thread with all details required to reproduce the issue.
Sales and License Related Technical Queries
For sales and License related technical queries please visit the GroupDocs.Purcahse Froum. Please note that GroupDocs.Purchase is a private forum and will require you to sign up with groupdocs.com before you can view this forum.