TextDynamic について



What you can do with TextDynamic

  • Process RTF, ANSI, XML, UNICODE and/or HTML texts
  • Optionally read and write DocX format
  • new: DOCX reading and writing – included in TextDynamic “Standard”
  • new: Improved editor with improved table handling
  • Edit data base memo fields with simple or formatted text
  • Prepare and send e-mails using the interface IWPMapi.
  • Use complete word processing with page layout view, 100% WYSIWYG, header&footer, cascading style sheets (CSS)
  • Use integrated spell check – included in TextDynamic “Standard”
  • Work with powerful mail merge work with fields to automatically insert and replace formatted text and images)
  • Create documents under program control
  • Use reporting (= mail merge with bands)
  • Use Memo.LabelDef to create, edit and print labels.
  • Convert RTF to PDF using the integrated PDF converter. The PDF exporter is now now also able to attach data.
  • new in V7: Convert DocX to PDF using the integrated PDF converter.
  • Export HTML to PDF
  • Support for footnotes, text boxes (frames) and columns is also included in the standard edition of TextDynamic 7

Where you can use TextDynamic

  • In .NET WinForm applications (as .NET assembly written in C# – DLL) – with Visual Studio
  • new in V7: support for 64 bit .NET applications
  • In Visual Basic 6 applications (as ActiveX – OCX)
  • In many Windows applications as “popup” editor – simply call a method of the DLL to show an editor form.


  • Create and Print Labels
  • Interface to create e-mails
  • Edit multiple documents in a single text control
  • Mail Merge (work with fields in text)
  • Customizable User Interface
  • Bullets, Numbering and Outlines
  • Header and Footer are edited WYSIWYG
  • Layout Modes (Page, Normal, Thumbnail...)
  • Option: Create PDF with integrated engine
  • Option: Internal Spellchecker
  • Use splitscreen feature
  • Image Support
  • Tables (Nestable, repeated header/footer)
  • Dialogs are included

Optional Reporting
Most reporting tools work with page layouts. This means you may place graphics at exact positions on a form and when the report is created it will exactly look as the designed forms.

This approach is often very good, but in some cases you want the text created by the reporter to be editable. The mentioned approach has a problem with this - while it is sometimes possible to create RTF documents with the reporting tool, they are not really "editable" - the text has been broken up into the tiniest pieces - just single text boxes. Usually the RTF export is optimized to be best viewed in MS Word only.

With the TextDynamic report a text file (RTF or WPT format) is created which allows full editing, including changing of the page size, and other operations which make the re-pagination of the text necessary.

An example developed in MS Access is discussed in the provided developer manual to demonstrate it. However, it is not limited for use with Access. Since the data is provided through an event it can work with any database that your development language supports, including custom made databases and calculated data.


All the text features you need:
TextDynamic includes features not found in some other competing products. For example the split screen feature, paragraph styles, text wrap around images, numbering, header+footer, the mail merge and HTML import/export. The standard edition now also includes DocX support plus footnotes and columns.

Maximum performance when working with documents:
TextDynamic .NET assembly has been developed in C#. This allows a tight integration into .NET applications - it is not required to register any OCX. Since word processing requires the allocation of a large number of small memory blocks plus fast array handling WPCubed implemented it into a native windows, highly optimized and fast DLL. The results show a 220 page RTF file (8MB) is loaded in about 5 seconds on a main stream notebook. (Pentium M1.6 Ghz)

Maximum flexibility for configuring the user interface:
TextDynamic comes with several tool panels arranged around the editor window. But the GUI can be completely configured, including the ability to change the images. It is also possible to update and localize the hint messages and the texts used by the dialogs. Switching languages at runtime is possible as well. The user interface is configured using an XML script. That script, together with the images for the buttons, is loaded from a special package file – there is also an application included to edit that file. The package file used by the GUI can be protected with a password.

Easy to use
When you start with TextDynamic you will get impressive results in minutes. But if you need special features you will find out that it does so much more. Its mail merge method handles RTF and HTML texts and also images. You can add support for styles or footnotes to your application. High quality and fast PDF export is optionally available, no 3rdparty product or printer driver is required. Spellcheck is also available – very fast and effective since implemented in the engine.

Easy to understand API
More than 10 years of experience in text component design helped WPCubed to create this text control API. Using a set of interfaces you can create text in code, modify the GUI, create e-mails and PDF.

Available Options:

  • PDF Creation - This option adds the possibility to convert the text in the editor to a PDF file. The user will be asked to enter the file name for the new PDF file, then the PDF file will be created. A printer driver or any other 3rd party library is not required for this option. The optional "Server License" switches off the "Save As PDF" dialog to allow PDF creation in the background.
  • Server - The server license is important if you need to create PDF files in the background. Here it will deactivate the "Save As" dialog which is otherwise displayed by the (optional) PDF export. The Server License also makes a special application server mode available; when this mode is activated the editor will produce a screen output as compressed as possible to reduce network traffic.
  • Reporting - This option adds the possibility to not only use fields to merge a document with data, but also to use bands to create a table from a set of data rows. The text marked with bands can be looped along as data is available to be entered into the document. When done, the band is left and the next band will be processed.

Note for Web Server Use
If you need the TextDynamic features on your (Web) server please check out the ASP product wRTF2PDF. It includes almost the complete TextDynamic API to create and manipulate text.