Thanks to all those who contributed, listed in CHANGELOG.md 
Please see below for notable changes, especially regarding PDF output (if you use that).
It is in Maven Central: http://search.maven.org/#search%7Cga%7C ... .docx4j%22
Alternatively, you can get it at http://www.docx4java.org/docx4j/docx4j- ... -3.3.0.zip
The zip file contains three optional components:
- export-fo (see "Notable Changes - PDF" below)
- ImportXHTML, for importing XHTML to docx
- MOXy, to use EclipseLink MOXy as your JAXB implementation, instead of the Sun/Oracle reference implementation (or the variant they ship in Java)
There are artifacts in Maven Central corresponding to each of these (see the link above).
Source code is available at https://github.com/plutext/docx4j/tree/VERSION_3_3_0 or in a jar from Maven Central
Finally, Plutext has simultaneously released Enterprise Edition v3.3.0; this features digital signature support.
Enjoy the new release!
Thanks .. Jason
Notable Changes - PDF
default PDF converter changed from XSL FO + Apache FOP to Plutext's commercial PDF Converter. XSL FO based PDF output moved to new/separate project docx4j-export-fo; We made this change after careful consideration, since the quality/performance is so much better, and it removes various dependencies from docx4j itself. If you want to stick with the existing XSL FO + Apache FOP PDF Conversion, no probs:- see below for how.
The instance of PDF Converter at converter-eval.plutext.com is used by default, but you can (and should!) install it locally; installers are available at http://converter-eval.plutext.com/
To use your own instance, set docx4j property, eg:
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If you want to use the existing XSL FO + Apache FOP PDF Conversion, just add docx4j-export-fo (+ deps) to your classpath. If these are present, docx4j will revert to the FO based conversion. These jars are in the zip file, in dir optional/export-fo and also in Maven Central.
Notable Changes - Other
Document protection (read only, track revisions etc) for docx/pptx/xlsx, with or without password. See further https://github.com/plutext/docx4j/blob/ ... tings.java and ProtectDocument.java
docx table of contents (TOC) generation and update migrated from Enterpise Ed. See org.docx4j.toc and the Toc* samples. The layout model in Plutext's PDF Converter (see above) will be used to calculate page numbers, unless docx4j-export-fo (+ deps) is on your path
For other notable changes, please see CHANGELOG.md 
 https://github.com/plutext/docx4j/blob/ ... ANGELOG.md