GroupDocs Comparison Block for Moodle is a universal web-based document comparison tool that allows you and your website visitors to compare two Word documents, PDF files, Excel spreadsheets or PowerPoint presentations right on your Moodle website. The main benefit of such an approach is that it can handle cross-platform/version incompatibilities when managing document revisions. In order to compare two versions of a document with this block, neither you nor your website visitors need to download or install any additional software, including the one that the documents were originally created with. Instead, documents can be compared online, and all you need for that is a modern web-browser.
Compare Two Documents of Almost Any File Format
GroupDocs Comparison supports all common business document formats. With this tool you can compare two Word documents (including DOC, DOCX, DOCM, DOT, DOTM, DOTX, TXT, RTF, ODT), PowerPoint presentations (PPT, PPTX), HTML documents and Excel spreadsheets (XLS, XLSX, CSV).
How The Document Comparison Block Works
Please note. To use the GroupDocs Comparison tool, you need to register with us. first. We offer a free 14-day trial so that you can test everything before buying our service. 1. Once you’ve created an account at GroupDocs, install the GroupDocs Comparison Block on your Moodle website, using this instruction. 2. Now, using this block, you can seamlessly embed documents that you want to compare into your Moodle web-pages. GroupDocs will convert the documents into HTML5 so that they will be rendered as real text documents, not flash or images. 3. GroupDocs Comparison will merge the documents automatically and highlight all differences between the two versions. Added text and formatting is highlighted with underlines and removed text - with strikeouts. 4. You can invite your colleagues, partners or clients to review the compared documents right on your Moodle website. And thanks to using HTML5 technology, website visitors don't need to install any browser plugins or Flash in order to view the compared documents - any modern web-browser can handle the embedded documents itself. 5. When you compare two Word documents, you can merge them and save as a single DOC or DOCX file with the Change Tracking feature turned on. The document can then be edited offline by accepting or rejecting differences between the two document versions.
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