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F1Book is OCX component without source code. We need one native VCL component like F1Book with source code. Can you help me?
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Hi,

there are some free without source (pay for the source), others are totally not free, but I think there will be nowhere such a full free component

http://www.tmssoftware.com/aspgrid.htm

http://www.pablop.demon.co.uk/marley/thypergrid.htm

http://www.uniyar.ac.ru/~vlads/spread.htm

http://www.smart.ru:8100/igo/excelgrid.htm

Regards, Zif

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What does F1Book? Some kind of Help?
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