Richedit with Picture in C++Builder

Posted on 2002-07-28
Last Modified: 2011-09-20

I am working with Borland C++Builder 6 Pro.

Has anyone a idea how to use a RichEdit which can view Images.
I want to use a Rich-Edit Field where the user can insert Pictures...

Does anybody know how to do this?? Any component???
Question by:rowisoft
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The Best source of info on the Borland Rich Edit Component I have ever come across is Robert Dunns "Yet another Code site"

This site has info on the Rich Edit control and shows how to add functions like adding pictures etc...


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sorry - forgot u :-(

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