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Technology Roadmap 2013: Touch Capabilities, Barcodes and Reporting


Technology Roadmap 2013: Touch Capabilities, Barcodes and Reporting

What an amazing year 2012 was: We published TX Text Control X8 which was our largest ever release in terms of features and functionality and presented our game-changing reporting approach as part of the MailMerge component. It is still too early to publish the final roadmap for 2013. But things are approaching fast and we thought to share some upcoming key features, products and technologies.

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TX Spell .NET 3.0 SP1 - Visual Studio 2012 Compatibility Pack released


TX Spell .NET 3.0 SP1 - Visual Studio 2012 Compatibility Pack released

As an active member of the Microsoft Visual Studio Industry Partner Program and as an official Visual Studio 2012 SimShip Partner, we have committed to support new versions of Visual Studio and to make sure that our products work seamlessly with Visual Studio 2012. We are very proud to announce the immediate availability of a new Service Pack version of TX Spell .NET 3.0.

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Latest Samples
MailMerge: Creating shipping labels using TX Text Control


MailMerge: Creating shipping labels using TX Text Control

Creating labels for mailings, shipping or labeling is a common task for reporting tools. TX Text Control's MailMerge component gives you powerful features to create such labels or to print content on pre-printed Avery labels.

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Spell checking, MailMerge and UserDictionaries


Spell checking, MailMerge and UserDictionaries

This article shows how to ignore merged data using TX Spell .NET and UserDictionaries. The merged text, that comes directly from the data source, should not be marked as incorrect by TX Spell .NET, even if the field text is misspelled.

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Using RulerBars in separate Windows


Using RulerBars in separate Windows

TX Text Control is shipped with ready-to-use ruler bars to adjust page or paragraph settings such as page margins, tab positions or indents. These bars are encapsulated in separate controls. To save workspace, you could arrange ruler bars in separate Windows.

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Latest Blog Entries
Bacon for the brain: Text Control at CodeMash 2013


Bacon for the brain: Text Control at CodeMash 2013

We are very proud to sponsor the CodeMash conference in Sandusky, Ohio. This conference is held at the Kalahari Resort in Sandusky, Ohio - Ohio's largest indoor waterpark (January 8-11, 2013).

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TX Spell .NET ActiveX Package goes CodePlex


TX Spell .NET ActiveX Package goes CodePlex

We released the ActiveX Package for our spell checking component TX Spell .NET to CodePlex. This ActiveX Package contains a Visual Studio project that encapsulates TX Spell .NET for Windows Forms in a COM visible user control in order to expose Visual Basic 6.0 compatible members.

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