This REST API adds a DrawingObject.

The request is an HTTP request with multipart content (see RFC 2046 or RFC 1341). The first part of the multipart content contains the drawing object data and the second contains a binary image.

The important parameters are described in the following table:

Parameter Name Type Description
RelativeHorizontalPosition Aspose.Words.Drawing.ShapeBase.RelativeHorizontalPosition Specifies where the distance to the image is measured.
RelativeVerticalPosition Aspose.Words.Drawing.ShapeBase.RelativeVerticalPosition Specifies where the distance to the image is measured.
Left double Distance in points from the origin to the left side of the image.
Top double Distance in points from the origin to the top side of the image.
Width double Width of the drawing objects in points.
Height double Height of the drawing object in points.
WrapType Aspose.Words.Drawing.ShapeBase.WrapType Specifies how to wrap text around the image.

Usage examples with cURL and Postman

The following URIs are used to address REST resources:


, where:

  • {file-name} is a filename of a document.
  • {nodePath} is a path to a node in a document. If this parameter is used, elements contained within a specified node will be processed:
    • sections/{sectionIndex} - references a section.
    • paragraphs/{paragraphIndex} - references a paragraph.
    • sections/{sectionIndex}/paragraphs/{paragraphIndex} - references a paragraph within a section.
  • {index} is an index of a drawing object.

You can carry out REST API interactions using cURL and Postman. Please read these instructions to receive a personal JWT_TOKEN for authorization.

Aspose.Words Cloud SDK Family

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Usage examples in Python, Java, C#, etc.

The following code samples show how to interact with the REST API using almost any mainstream programming language.

You can find a lot of other examples in Python, Java, C#, JavaScript, PHP, C++, Golang, Ruby, Swift, Dart on GitHub. All codes are thoroughly tested and ready for production use.