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We are now ISO 9001:2000 certified!


We are now ISO 9001:2000 certified!

The Imaging Source - the enterprise behind TX Text Control - has now been certified to the ISO 9001:2000 standard of quality. ISO 9001 is the most comprehensive level of certification, accepted by 90 countries around the world.

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Latest Samples
New sample: Processing MS Word compatible page number fields


New sample: Processing MS Word compatible page number fields

We have just published a new sample in our source code library - an extensive collection of useful samples. This sample shows how to process MS Word compatible page number fields, using the new ApplicationFields of TX Text Control .NET for Windows Forms 14.0.

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Latest Blog Entries
The ParagraphStyle and InlineStyle constructor demystified


The ParagraphStyle and InlineStyle constructor demystified

The ParagraphStyle and InlineStyle classes provide three implementations of the constructor. This post explains the differences between these implementations.

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Searching with C# escape sequences


Searching with C# escape sequences

TX Text Control's Find method can be used to find a carriage return or a tab character in the text. Read this article to learn how to achieve this really easily.

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Removing empty tables


Removing empty tables

The code in this blog entry removes all empty tables in a document. To find these tables, you need to iterate through all table cells to check whether they are empty or not.

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Manipulating the Selection object


Manipulating the Selection object

To change the formatting of a specific part of a document, you need to select it using the Selection class of TX Text Control .NET for Windows Forms. This entry shows how to create a Selection object independently from the current text.

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Casting TextField derivatives


Casting TextField derivatives

This blog entry shows how to use the TextFieldClicked event for all derived field types of TX Text Control.

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