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Sneak Peek: Table improvements in TX Text Control 17.0


Sneak Peek: Table improvements in TX Text Control 17.0

Our developers are working hard on version 17.0 by implementing as many of the requested features from our users as possible. For this release we have drastically improved the user experience for tables.

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Renew your licenses now!


Renew your licenses now!

Ensure that your subscriptions are up-to-date to get version 17.0 when it is released in Q4. Log in to our online store and check your expire dates or call us to receive a personal quote.

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This week: Meet TX Text Control at the Dallas Tech Fest


This week: Meet TX Text Control at the Dallas Tech Fest

The Dallas TechFest will be held at the University of Texas at Dallas campus and is the premiere technology conference in Dallas, focused on delivering the highest value to their attendees. Text Control is a proud gold sponsor and we will be sending a team to Texas.

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Sneak peek: Spreadsheet functionality in TX Text Control 17.0


Sneak peek: Spreadsheet functionality in TX Text Control 17.0

This video shows how powerful tables can be used in the next version of TX Text Control. You can implement "spreadsheet like" functionality, such as column selection, formatting a group of cells or adding TextFields to cells in order to simulate a specific formula.

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Latest Samples
Using database bound fields in TX Text Control .NET


Using database bound fields in TX Text Control .NET

In a mail merge process, the direction of data is one-way. But when using the visual controls of TX Text Control to complete a form or to create an invoice where the data must be updated in a database, two-way data direction is required.

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ActiveX: Export the page content as an image in VB6


ActiveX: Export the page content as an image in VB6

In TX Text Control ActiveX, the Page Rendering Engine is accessible through the PageImage property. It returns an image of the specified page which can be used with the Picture property of a Form object, PictureBox control or Image control.

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Latest Blog Entries
Sneak peek: Digital signatures in Adobe PDF and PDF/A documents


Sneak peek: Digital signatures in Adobe PDF and PDF/A documents

TX Text Control 17.0 will support digital signatures in Adobe PDF documents. The signatures can be created with PFX, DER CER or Base64 CER certificate files. Additionally, certificates can be loaded from raw data or selected from the local certificate store.

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Free technical support: Different requirements, same high level of support


Free technical support: Different requirements, same high level of support

We are often asked how much you have to pay for our technical support services. Most people are astonished when we proudly respond that all support service are offered for free - no exceptions.

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New video: How to use our web service LiveDocx using Visual Studio


New video: How to use our web service LiveDocx using Visual Studio

This new introduction video, that has been originally posted on our dedicated website www.livedocx.com, shows how to create documents in the cloud using TX Text Control LiveDocx.

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TX Text Control proudly sponsors GiveCamp UK


TX Text Control proudly sponsors GiveCamp UK

GiveCamps are a fantastic idea: Volunteers are offering their knowledge and developer services for a complete weekend for free to help charities and non-profit organizations. We are proud to sponsor this great event.

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