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The Imaging Source Releases New Development Tool

The Imaging Source Europe has announced the release of TX Text Control version 7.0, a development tool for creating comprehensive text-based applications. TX Text Control is a 32-bit programming component which includes a low-level API and an OCX that allows developers to add sophisticated text formatting and display capabilities to their applications.

Version 7.0 contains several new features, including Microsoft Word 2000 support; programmable headers and footers; hyperlinks and bookmarks; automatic page numbering; and drag and drop capability.

TX Text Control is currently available.

Contact The Imaging Source, (704) 370-0110, www.theimagingsource.com.

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