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What is TRichView

TRichView is a suite of native Delphi/C++Builder VCL and Lazarus (Free Pascal) LCL components for displaying, editing and printing complex rich text documents.

TRichView can be used to develop advanced text editors, web/help/book authoring applications, chats and messengers, organizers and diaries, multimedia encyclopedias, and other applications that need a high quality rich text editor or a hypertext user interface.

TRichView

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.

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Interactions with third-party products

You can use TRichView together with third-party components. For example, you can use Addict spelling checker with our editor to highlight misspelled words; or you can add TRichView objects in ReportBuilder or QuickReport reports; or you can use TRichView as an editor for cxGrid developed by Developer Express Inc.

The TRichView setup installs integration components automatically, if corresponding third-party libraries are already installed.

Note: TRichView does not include neither a source code nor an object code of these third-party components. Copyright to these third-party components belongs to the respective owners.

Components in the Package

Documentation

Online manual

Additional information and resources