Showing posts with label RadRichTextBox. Show all posts
Showing posts with label RadRichTextBox. Show all posts

Sunday, October 20, 2013

How to create a modal InsertSymbolDialog for Telerik RadRichTextBox?


If you are a Silverlight application developer and working with Telerik's RadRichTextBox control, you might have already used the InsertSymbolDialog that comes in-built with the control. This dialog provides you a direct API to insert symbols in your rich text box. By default the said dialog opens in non-modal dialog and there are no easy way to make it modal. In this blog post, we will learn how to customize it to make a modal window for that. Introduction Before starting with the customization of the InsertSymbolDialog, let me first introduce you with the RadRichTextBox control. RadRichTextBox is a control that is able to display and edit rich text content including formatted text arranged in pages, paragraphs, spans (runs), tables etc. Also it can hold images to provide a Word Document like functionality. In order to use RadRichTextBox control in your project, you will need to add a reference to the Telerik.Windows.Controls, Telerik.Windows.Data and...


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Wednesday, August 21, 2013

How to Export content from RadRichTextBox to a variety of formats in WPF or Silverlight


Telerik's RadRichTextBox control allows you to display rich text content in your Silverlight application. It can hold formatted text, images, tables, hyperlinks etc. to provide a visual look like Microsoft Word document. To use a simple RadRichTextBox control, you will need reference to the following Telerik assemblies: Telerik.Windows.Controls, Telerik.Windows.Data and Telerik.Windows.Documents in your WPF/Silverlight project. The control library not only allows you to display rich text content, but also helps you to export the same to different file formats so that you can save it to file or database. I was working on an application which has the Microsoft Word kind functionality and recently the client asked to add functionality to export the content to HTML, PDF, DOCX format in addition to save it in the database as an image. Telerik library helped me a lot to implement the same in that application with just a few lines of code. The library already exposed different APIs to handle different file formats in order to export the content. In this article I will cover how the Telerik's RadRichTextBox helped me exporting the rich text content added by user to a file of various formats like HTML, PDF, RTF, DOCX, XAML and TXT.


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Sunday, April 28, 2013

How to Hide the Format Toolbar of Telerik RadRichTextBox control?


If you are using Telerik's RadRichTextBox control in your Silverlight application, you might have noticed that the control exposes a format tool which pops up in the screen when you select some text inside the control. This is the same behaviour that you notice in Microsoft Word too. But for some reason, you might want to hide that toolbar if you are building an application like notepad. This small post will cover the same for you. Let's assume a scenario where you are building a Silverlight application which acts like a notepad and there user should not be able to change the color and other formatting options of the selected text. This is very easily achievable using just a TextBox control. But think of an app where you want to provide some other options like inserting table or an image. The default TextBox control will not help you there. For this you have to use a RichTextBox control. Telerik's RadRichTextBox control comes...


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Wednesday, April 17, 2013

Add or Remove Context Menu Group in Telerik RadRichTextBox


If you are working with the Telerik's RadRichTextBox control for Silverlight, you might come to a situation where as per your business need you might have to customize the default context menu of the said control. If you are looking for an way to add or remove context menu group, this post will help you. Continue reading the post to understand the way this context menu has been structured. Once you understand the basics, it will be easy for you to do further modifications.


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