Welcome to TX Text Control, the text processor in a single .NET control. Using TX Text Control, you can create all kinds of text-based applications with the ease of programming that is characteristic of the .NET Framework and with highly sophisticated formatting and display capabilities which are normally the exclusive domain of large word processing packages.
As an aid to help you locate the information that interests you most, the following section lists and describes the main areas of the documentation.
This part provides information about the system requirements you need and how to obtain support.
This part discusses the new features introduced in previous TX Text Control releases.
This guide describes how to create TX Text Control Windows Forms applications and browser-based TX Text Control Windows Forms applications which run in Microsoft Internet Explorer. All examples are available either for Microsoft Visual Basic .NET or Microsoft Visual C# .NET. To run these examples you have to install TXTextControl .NET for Windows Forms.
This guide describes how to create TX Text Control WPF applications (.exe) and TX Text Control WPF browser applications (.xbap) which run in Microsoft Internet Explorer. All examples are available either for Microsoft Visual Basic .NET or Microsoft Visual C# .NET. To run these examples you have to install TXTextControl .NET for WPF.
This part describes how to create ASP.NET applications using TX Text Control .NET Server with Microsoft Visual Basic .NET and Microsoft Visual C# .NET.
This guide describes how to use the Reporting and Mail Merge features of TX Text Control within Windows Forms, WPF and ASP.NET applications.
This chapter describes how to create a setup program for your application.
This part informs about TX Text Control's programming capabilities in more depth.
This part contains an overview of the TX Text Control Class Library sorted by programming categories. Graphical charts give an overview how the different classes work together. A porting reference helps to port an application using TX Text Control from the ActiveX to the .NET technology.
The Text Control .NET class library in detail and alphabetical order.