Tag Archives: Annotation

Tutorial: Draw and Edit Annotations with LEADTOOLS .NET Image SDK

Whatever your image processing needs are, LEADTOOLS has a world-leading SDK to do all the heavy lifting. In previous posts we’ve discussed viewing images, saving images, combining images into a single file, and splitting a file into multiple images. LEADTOOLS … Continue reading

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Tutorial: How To Load, Save, and Split Annotations

Being an important part of many document and imaging workflows, LEADTOOLS Annotations SDK provides an interface to mark up images with various shapes, notes, highlights, rulers, and redactions with options to either permanently alter the image or store information to … Continue reading

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End-to-End eDiscovery with LEADTOOLS Document Imaging

Enterprise Content Management (ECM) and eDiscovery aren’t necessarily all that new, but it’s becoming increasingly important to implement due to the continuing transition into a digital age. Businesses, especially large corporations, have a massive amount of electronically stored information (ESI) … Continue reading

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Code Tip: Converting PDF, IBM FileNet P8, Wang, and LEAD Annotations

Annotations are an important part of many document and medical imaging workflows. They allow users to mark up images with various shapes, notes, highlights, and redactions without having to permanently alter the image or document itself. One difficulty developers face … Continue reading

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Search and Redact Documents and Images with Regular Expressions and OCR

One of the most important aspects of documents and record-keeping is the ability to redact sensitive information. Originally done permanently with blank ink on paper, the need for redaction certainly carried over into document imaging as processes and archives started … Continue reading

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