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3rd party RTF control needed

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Hello,
in an old project, we used the "High Edit RTF control" to generate reports from within an mfc application. It has the look of word pad, but with enhanced functionality.

This product isn't well supported for newer versions than VS6 !

Now I am looking for a well-supported report-tool
- from a 3rd party company
- for integration into a mfc project in VS 2003 / 2005 / 2008.

It should have standard interfaces for
- adding text blocks
- adding tables
- bitmaps / mfc compatible images

Generally, it should handle large data fast!

There's NO interest in programming that on my own, so:
 If this is not  the right place to ask that question, please tell me. Thanks!

This question may not be difficult, but very urgent.

Any ideas ?
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I found the TX Textcontrol on textcontrol.com. Has anyone experience using it with Win32 / MFC?
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