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Why MS Office automation is not a good idea


Why MS Office automation is not a good idea

Generally, all kind of business applications have to create documents: invoices, reports, quotations or similar business correspondences. This article explains the drawbacks of automating MS Office.

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Feature comparison: TX Text Control vs. Microsoft RichTextBox


Feature comparison: TX Text Control vs. Microsoft RichTextBox

The RichTextBox that comes with Microsoft .NET provides more advanced formatting options than the standard TextBox control. The RichTextBox provides basic functionality, much like the functionality of Microsoft WordPad. This article compares the features of TX Text Control and the Microsoft RichTextBox.

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Add spell checking to your TX Text Control .NET for Windows Forms application


Add spell checking to your TX Text Control .NET for Windows Forms application

Does your TX Text Control based project require the implementation of a spell checker? TX Text Control RapidSpell .NET for Windows Forms is ideally suited to all TX Text Control .NET for Windows Forms applications that demand powerful and fast spell checking.

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Latest Samples
New sample: Mail merge designer with source


New sample: Mail merge designer with source

This is a sneak preview of one of the new samples for TX Text Control 16.0. We thought that a 15.1 version of this sample should be published now, so that you can try it out today and do not have to wait until the next release.

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Removing TextFields completely when the user removes their text


Removing TextFields completely when the user removes their text

A TextField consists of text and additional data and can be handled like normal text. But there is an important difference: If you select a TextField and press {DELETE}, only the text is removed and the TextField is still active. In fact, the TextField is anchored to an input position, such as formatting information. This sample shows how to remove the field completely when the user removes the text.

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Latest Blog Entries
TX Text Control supports the Microsoft Ribbon for WPF


TX Text Control supports the Microsoft Ribbon for WPF

Microsoft released the managed ribbon implementation for WPF. The idea of the ribbon bar is to replace the traditional menu bar and toolbars. We have been following the developments of this WPF ribbon implementation since the first CTP versions, and have already invested a lot of development time into making our upcoming TX Text Control .NET for WPF compatible.

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Announcing the TX Text Control MVP Program. Apply now!


Announcing the TX Text Control MVP Program. Apply now!

We recently announced the official start of the TX Text Control MVP Program. We have decided to introduce this special program to give recognition to users who are especially active in the TX Text Control community.

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Our Mantra: Miles Beyond Rich Text


Our Mantra: Miles Beyond Rich Text

Word processing is a passion of our developers and for the rest of our team. We strive to provide innovations, stable code and the best available rich text components.

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TX Text Control shortcuts in detail


TX Text Control shortcuts in detail

TX Text Control implements some keyboard shortcuts by default. For example: Pressing CTRL + ENTER inserts a page break at the current input position. This table lists these shortcuts and shows how to add these functions programmatically.

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