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TX Text Control and Keyoti announce spell checker


TX Text Control and Keyoti announce spell checker

The manufacturer of TX Text Control and Keyoti Inc. announce today a new co-operation for the development of a spell checking component. In the last few months, both companies have been working together on a common spell checking product for TX Text Control .NET for Windows Forms. The resulting component - TX Text Control RapidSpell .NET for Windows Forms - has been specifically designed for TX Text Control .NET for Windows Forms and it will be distributed directly by The Imaging Source.

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LiveDocx: Generate PDF documents with a web service


LiveDocx: Generate PDF documents with a web service

We have just released the latest member of our family of word processing components: LiveDocx. LiveDocx enables developers - using any programming language - to merge MS Word compatible word processing templates with any type of textual data. The resulting word processing document can be saved as a DOCX, DOC, RTF or Adobe PDF file.

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Survey: Which development environment do you use?


Survey: Which development environment do you use?

To help our engineers and product planning, we would like to ask you about your thoughts and your experiences. With your help, we can provide the best available products and support. Today, I would like to ask you about your preferred development environment. We would like to improve development environment specific features like IntelliSense or Smart Tags of Microsoft Visual Studio. We would greatly appreciate it, if you could help us by completing the following survey. It will take you less than 1 minute.

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Latest Samples
Creating a table of contents (TOC) using TX Text Control


Creating a table of contents (TOC) using TX Text Control

An often requested feature of TX Text Control is a dynamically created table of contents (TOC) as is offered in MS Word. Based on the style interface of TX Text Control, this is possible and is not that tricky. We have just published a new sample that shows how to create a basic table of contents using TX Text Control.

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Rendering TX Text Control's content to a DataGridViewCell


Rendering TX Text Control's content to a DataGridViewCell

The rich text support of the .NET DataGridView or other commercial components are very basic and in most cases limited to the features of the Microsoft RichTextBox. To enable users to display more advanced rich content in a DataGridViewCell, you can render the text of TXTextControl.TextControl to the Graphics object of a specific cell.

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Latest Blog Entries
Revised sample: Converting text to a table


Revised sample: Converting text to a table

This sample shows how to convert text to a table using delimiters, such as a comma or hyphen. I just saw this request in our support department and thought I would share the solution with you.

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How to get the last line in TX Text Control ActiveX


How to get the last line in TX Text Control ActiveX

This little blog entry shows how to retrieve the last line of the document using TX Text Control ActiveX.

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