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I would like to use the 'Wang Image Edit Control' (IMGEDIT.OCX) in my application to add some text to a TIFF image. Where can I get the documentation of this OCX from? The OCX comes with NT4.0 as part of the Wang Image Viewer (now it's no longer Wang, but Eastman Software).
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There is no information on the Eastman homepage.
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you can find information about wang image product at
http://www.wang.com

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There is no technical information about the Wang Image Edit Control OCX on the Wang Website http://www.wang.com.
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Wang has been bought by Eastman Software. Try

http://www.eastmansoftware.com/products/ImagingPro/Infodev.htm

this has pointers. However, I don't know whether the "light" version that comes with NT/95 provides all necessary interfaces.


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by:ozturksavas
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i have ImgEdit.hlp and i developed some application using it if u wish i can send it 2 u
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Thank U for your help, but I already found the ImgEdit.hlp and all the calls I need to know.
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Does anybody know how to create an object of the Edit Control OCX? I tried
-Set oImgEdit = CreateObject("ImgAdminLib.ImgEdit")
-Set oImgEdit = CreateObject("WangImage.EditCtrl.1")
and different other things (e.g. WITH activated reference to IMGEDIT.OCX, but how to refer to it (blanks in its name do prevent it :-(( ), all of them without success.
The reason why I need this is that I want to develop an OLE-Server which uses some methods of the Wang Edit Control OCX.
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