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Components for displaying, editing and printing hypertext documents.

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€ 310,00

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TRichView is a suite of native Delphi/C++Builder components (VCL) for displaying, editing and printing hypertext documents.

The components support various character attributes (fonts, subscripts/superscripts, colored text background, custom drawn). Documents can contain tables, pictures, images from imagelists, footnotes and endnotes, any Delphi controls. Left, right, center or justify paragraph allignment, custom margins and indents, multilevel bullets and numbering, background images, print preview, data-aware versions and more...

Using TRichView rich text control, you can create an RTF editor which is able to export documents in HTML and DocX formats.

TRichView is completely written in Delphi, it does not require external DLL or ActiveX files. It is not based on Microsoft RichEdit control. A registered version of the Package includes full source code.

TRichView VCL components support Unicode text not only in new versions of RAD Studio, but also in Delphi 5–2007 and C++Builder 6–2007.

List of Features

  •     Rich text and paragraph formatting
  •     Custom fonts, colors, alignments, indents...
  •     Images in documents
  •     Gif animations, semitransparent Png images, bitmaps, metafiles, icons, jpegs, and more
  •     Delphi/C++Builder controls in documents
  •     Unique feature!
  •     Tables
  •     HTML-style tables with formatted contents in every cell
  •     Bullets & numbering
  •     Styles of text and paragraphs
  •     Multi-language support
  •     Multiple character sets, Unicode, bi-directional text
  •     hypertext and related features
  •     Hyperlinks, checkpoints, tags
  •     Import and export, databases
  •     Import from RTF, export to RTF, DocX (Microsoft Word Document) and HTML, PDF, and more
  •     Special editing features
  •     Undo and text protection
  •     Printing with preview
  •     Spell-checking
  •     Including live spelling with third-party spell checkers