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Docx4j Helper AddIn - v3.3 available

PostPosted: Wed May 11, 2016 1:19 pm
by jason
A new release of the Helper AddIn is now available, from

http://www.plutext.com/dn/downloads/146 ... 3-0-06.exe

It should work in Word versions 2007, 2010, 2013, 2016 on Windows.

Its major features:

- code generation from your selection (no need to use the webapp interface)
- document sanitisation/anonymisation so you can safely publish it for support purposes
- generate PDF output using Plutext's commercial PDF Converter (either a locally installed instance, or http://converter-eval.plutext.com)

For a detailed walkthrough, please see the blog post at http://www.docx4java.org/blog/2016/05/d ... on-v3-3-0/

Re: Docx4j Helper AddIn - v3.3 available

PostPosted: Tue Aug 23, 2016 4:27 pm
by jason
A new version v3.3.1-01 of the Helper AddIn is now available, from

http://www.plutext.com/dn/downloads/147 ... 3-1-01.exe

This version fixes a C# NullReferenceException in FormXMLEditor, observed on Windows 10, in Word 2010 and 2013 (but not 2016).

It also fixes an issue with the "anonymise" button on Word 2013, where the resulting docx didn't declare the w15 namespace in settings.xml where Word expects it

This version uses docx4j 3.3.1, IKVM'd with IKVM 7.3.48.30

Re: Docx4j Helper AddIn - v3.3 available

PostPosted: Sat Sep 03, 2016 1:18 pm
by jason
A new version v3.3.1-03 of the Helper AddIn is now available, from

http://www.plutext.com/dn/downloads/147 ... 3-1-03.exe

This time it really fixes an issue with the "anonymise" button on Word 2013, where the resulting docx didn't declare the w15 namespace in settings.xml where Word expects it

The other improvement is to logging, helpful should an issue need investigation.

Re: Docx4j Helper AddIn - v3.3 available

PostPosted: Thu Aug 31, 2017 8:32 pm
by jason
A new version v3.3.6.0 of the Helper AddIn is now available, from

https://www.plutext.com/dn/downloads/15 ... -3-6-0.exe

This is signed with a fresh certificate, good for 3 years, and works in Word 2016 again (following the introduction of the w16cid namespace in May or June)