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News and interesting articles about the word processing component TX Text Control.

Featured project: Visual C++ MFC wrapper for TX Text Control

An enthusiastic user of TX Text Control recently published an open source project that provides a Microsoft CWnd-based wrapper for TX Text Control ActiveX 15.1.

Generally, ActiveX controls can be easily imported into MFC-based projects, but these wrappers around ActiveX controls are incomplete. This project contains wrappers for the TXTextControl, TXButtonBar, TXRulerBar and TXStatusBar. The TXWrapper class itself acts like a parent window for the TX Text Control components. Additionally, some helper classes and a sample application is part of the project.

If you plan to use TX Text Control ActiveX in a Visual C++ MFC project, I can really recommend this wrapper. It is all you need to start a TX Text Control word processing application using VC++.

Please visit the project's website on SourceForge to learn more about the wrapper or to download the files. All further contributions are welcome.

C++ MFC wrapper for TX Text Control

About TX Text Control:

TX Text Control was originally released in 1991, since then more than 40,000 copies have been sold. Starting off as a single, small DLL, TX Text Control has made its way through 16-bit DLL and VBX versions to today‘s Enterprise edition with its .NET and ActiveX components. The recent addition to the family, TX Text Control .NET Server, offers all of TX Text Control advanced word processing functionality in an easy-to-use server-side .NET component. Customers benefit from these years of experience, large user base, and at the same time, appreciate developing with a mature, reliable product.

Contact Informations:

North & South America:
Phone: +1 704-370-0110
Phone: +1 877-462-4772 (toll free)

Phone: +49 421 335 910

Asia Pacific:
Phone: +886 2-2797-8508
Published Monday, February 15, 2010 5:33 AM by Christopher Krause

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