Welcome to TX Spell .NET, the powerful .NET spell checking component. TX Spell .NET enables you to add high-performance spell checking capabilities to your applications.
TX Spell .NET can be used with an unlimited number of dictionaries and user dictionaries at the same time, which enables users to check multi-lingual documents. TX Spell .NET supports the freely available and deployable Hunspell dictionaries of OpenOffice. That provides you access to more than 60 languages. TX Spell .NET has been built from ground up to match the key principles performance, reliability and accuracy.
TX Spell .NET enjoys a deep integration within TX Text Control. Integrating TX Spell .NET into TX Text Control requires no code - it can be easily connected using the Visual Studio designer. Using TX Spell .NET, it is possible to perform spell checking on multiple TextControls on a single form. It is not necessary to have one instance of the spell checker, for each instance of TextControl. This dramatically reduces the required memory and speeds up the spell checking process.
This section provides information about the system requirements you need and how to obtain support.
This part discusses the new features introduced in the last TX Spell releases.
This guide describes how to create TX Spell .NET Windows Forms applications with Visual Studio and shows how to use TX Spell .NET in combination with TX Text Control .NET for Windows Forms.
This guide describes how to create TX Spell .NET WPF applications with Visual Studio and shows how to use TX Spell .NET in combination with TX Text Control .NET for WPF.
This chapter shows how to use the resource kit that enables developers to display TX Spell .NET's user interface parts in languages other than English and German.
This chapter lists the TX Spell .NET files that must be deployed with your applications.
This section shows how to use dictionaries, hyphenation and synonym lists with TX Spell .NET.
The TX Spell .NET class library in detail and alphabetical order.