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Have you updated to version 16.0 yet?


Have you updated to version 16.0 yet?

We recently released new versions of our .NET and ActiveX components, including our new product, TX Text Control .NET for WPF. If you have not yet taken a look at the updated feature list, please read at the following article.

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Where to see TX Text Control: Conferences 2011


Where to see TX Text Control: Conferences 2011

TX Text Control kick starts its 20th anniversary year with great new releases and upcoming events. We wanted to give you a quick overview of some events that are already planned. This year, we are going to extend the number of conferences where you can talk to our team face-to-face.

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Nuance supports TX Text Control 16.0 in future versions


Nuance supports TX Text Control 16.0 in future versions

For many years, our partner, Nuance has supported TX Text Control in many products of the Dragon Speech Recognition family from end-user products or SDKs to specific medical solutions like SpeechMagic.

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Success Story: LiveDocx - TX Text Control in the Cloud


Success Story: LiveDocx - TX Text Control in the Cloud

Two years ago, we launched LiveDocx, a free web-service to create professional documents. Since then, LiveDocx has grown to serve more than 5000 users. Internally, LiveDocx uses the TX Text Control MailMerge component that comes with the TX Text Control .NET Server license.

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Latest Samples
New Sample: Building a Print Preview for TX Text Control .NET for WPF


New Sample: Building a Print Preview for TX Text Control .NET for WPF

A print preview control, that can be compared to the Windows Forms print preview control, is not part of the standard WPF control set. This sample shows how to use a WPF DocumentViewer to preview what is actually printed.

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Latest Blog Entries
Follow @txtextcontrol at Twitter or become a fan on Facebook


Follow @txtextcontrol at Twitter or become a fan on Facebook

Social media networks are becoming more and more important for communication or retrieving information from specific persons or organizations. We thought a lot about how to offer you - our users - an additional value by using these networks.

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TX Text Control .NET for Windows Forms Data Binding


TX Text Control .NET for Windows Forms Data Binding

The new WPF version of TX Text Control comes with new data binding possibilities. But Windows Forms offers a similar way of binding properties to data sources or other properties. But the binding is not added in XAML (which is a concept of WPF), but the code itself.

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Documents don't have to look ugly! Make them beautiful.


Documents don't have to look ugly! Make them beautiful.

Why do lab reports look so ugly? The answer is quite simple. The laboratories focus on analyzing our blood instead of writing good software. This article shows how to create professional looking templates that can be easily merged using TX Text Control.

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TX Text Control 16.0: A deeper look at table headers


TX Text Control 16.0: A deeper look at table headers

Tables are used to arrange large amounts of tabular data, for example in a sales report. As the maximum length of a table on a page can only be the maximum height of the page (minus margins and headers and footers), it is necessary to divide the table every time a page break occurs.

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Updating your Windows Forms project to version 16.0


Updating your Windows Forms project to version 16.0

In version 16.0, the TXTextControl.dll assembly has been divided into TXTextControl.dll and TXTextControl.Windows.Forms.dll or TXTextControl.WPF.dll. Updating an existing project is quite easy, but you need to know how. The following easy steps explain how to do that.

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