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TX Text Control 17.0 and TX Spell .NET 2.0 released

The software component vendor Text Control recently released a new version, 17.0, of the word processing component family TX Text Control and additionally the brand new product TX Spell .NET for Windows Forms and WPF.

TX Text Control 17.0 introduces new features that improve the user experience of tables. Column selection, selecting cells in the middle of a table, colored table borders, cell merging and splitting. Additionally, TX Text Control now ships with new functionality that allows you to build spreadsheet-like applications.

The vendor implemented a lot of new features and expanded existing functionalities based on user requests. One of the top requests are page and section borders. TX Text Control ships with an entirely new feature which allows users to add a border around one or more edges of a page or section. The Page Setup dialog box has been extended to include a new tab which allows to set the width, style and color of the border and edges on which the border should appear. Borders can be set to run around the edges of a page, or relative to the text on the page.

TX Text Control 17.0 now supports digital signatures in Adobe PDF and PDF/A documents. 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.

With the release of TX Text Control 17.0, Text Control is proud to announce the immediate availability of two new spell checking products: TX Spell .NET for Windows Forms and TX Spell .NET for WPF. The new spell checking components enable developers to add extremely fast spell checking functionality to any TX Text Control .NET based applications with minimum effort. TX Spell .NET for Windows Forms and TX Spell .NET for WPF can be used with an unlimited number of dictionaries and user dictionaries at the same time, thus enabling the ability to check documents which contain multiple languages. TX Spell .NET is 100% compatible with the freely available and deployable Hunspell dictionaries of OpenOffice.org, of which there are more than sixty to download and deploy.

Finally, TX Text Control 17.0 ships with improved HTML import and export filters. These new filters make it very easy to add HTML import and export to your TX Text Control based applications.

An overview of all new features can be found here:

What's New in TX Text Control .NET for Windows Forms 17.0

The trial versions can be downloaded here: TX Text Control and TX Spell .NET Trial versions


About TX Text Control:

TX Text Control was originally released in 1991, since then more than 50,000 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:

support@textcontrol.com

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

Europe:
Phone: +49 (0)421 42 70 67 10

Asia Pacific:
Phone: +886 2-2797-8508
Published Thursday, November 17, 2011 2:44 AM by Christopher Krause

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