Microsoft recently released the Office 2013 Preview. One of the hottest topics in this release is PDF Reflow. This is basically the PDF import feature that TX Text Control has supported for several versions.
I did a quick comparison that shows what documents look like when they are imported. Inspired by an article about PDF Reflow published at PCMAG.COM, I used the first page of the well known official W-9 tax form for the tests.
Let's have a look at the different results in TX Text Control X8 and Microsoft Office 2013 Preview:
you can see, parts of the first page are missing in Office 2013,
whereas TX Text Control renders the layout accurately. Make sure that
your TX Text Control Subscription is up-to-date to get your hands on TX
Text Control X8 on release day.
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