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True Browser-based Rich Text Editing


True Browser-based Rich Text Editing

offers a radically new approach to browser-based rich text editing. It allows developers to create true WYSIWYG word processors that offer all the formatting capabilities and user-interface comfort found in big-brand word processors, directly in the end-users's browser. Whether you would like to know, how to integrate TX Text Control Server for ASP.NET (incl. Windows Forms) into your application or would like to learn more about the possibilities of browser-based word processing, please .

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RapidSpell 3.7 Beta Including TX Text Control 13.0 Support


RapidSpell 3.7 Beta Including TX Text Control 13.0 Support

The very popular spell checker RapidSpell from Keyoti has supported TX Text Control .NET for Windows Forms as of version 3.6. Keyoti has just released a release candidate for version 3.7, which includes TX Text Control .NET for Windows Forms 13.0 support.

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NaturallySpeaking SDK Now Supports TX Text Control


NaturallySpeaking SDK Now Supports TX Text Control

The well-known Dragon NaturallySpeaking SDK from Nuance allows developers to integrate the interactive dictation features into their Windows applications. The latest version 9 introduces direct TX Text Control support and thus enables developers to easily implement voice recognition into their TX Text Control based applications.

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SOAP-based Document Conversion


SOAP-based Document Conversion

One of the key areas of TX Text Control Server for ASP.NET (incl. Windows Forms)'s deployment, lies in the conversion of word processing documents from one file format to another. By building a TX Text Control Server for ASP.NET (incl. Windows Forms) based document conversion application that exposes its interface via SOAP, it is possible to offer document conversion services to a disparate set of programming languages and operating systems.

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Latest Blog Entries
Creating new Styles with TX Text Control .NET for Windows Forms


Creating new Styles with TX Text Control .NET for Windows Forms

'Formatting styles' is a powerful feature that enables specific paragraph and character formatting to be grouped together. They can then be applied at once to a document. This article shows how to create them programmatically using TX Text Control .NET for Windows Forms.

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Windows Forms with TX Text Control .NET for Windows Forms on 64-bit CPUs


Windows Forms with TX Text Control .NET for Windows Forms on 64-bit CPUs

Recently, we have received several support requests about deploying TX Text Control on 64-bit machines running Windows XP Professional x64 Edition. This article shows how to adjust projects for a deployment on 64-bit machines.

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TX Text Control 13.0 Help and Support Center


TX Text Control 13.0 Help and Support Center

Every since we released the first version of the TX Text Control Help and Support Center last year, we have received very positive feedback. Customers are particularly happy that they have access to the most important parts of the TX Text Control web site, sample applications and support options right from their desktop.

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