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Document Viewer

Note

In v19.1, the ASP.NET Document Viewer has become deprecated. We recommend that you use the newer HTML5/JS Document Viewer instead. If you still want to use the deprecated Document Viewer, see documentation for v18.2.

The Web Document Viewer supports HTML5/JS and is used to display an interactive document preview in ASP.NET MVC applications.

The Document Viewer includes the following main features:

  • Asynchronous document building;
  • Pixel-perfect document rendering;
  • The multi-page mode enabling you to display an entire document;
  • A flexible client-side customization mechanism;
  • An application's modern look and feel;
  • Support for in-place content editing.

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