Users can create a document in the RichEditControl, which is saved as html in my application.
I supply export functionality (separate application), which reads the saved file (html) and does need to output this as html, rtf and plain text.
With the RichEditControl, you can get the rtf or plain text as output, however it feels like overkill to create a RichEditControl for converting this text. Is there a class available which I can use to convert this?
This also supports my second question, the application needs to be .NET 3.5 (RichEdit.Core is, maybe I can use this? however Xpf.RichEdit isn't)
Thanks in advance
1) Sure! You can use a non-visual RichEditDocumentServer component for this purpose. See also: DXRichEdit for Silverlight: How to use the RichEditDocumentServer to load file, modify it and save it in a different format.
2) The 2010 version and later versions of our XPF controls were not designed to be used with VS2008 and .Net Framework 3.5. Thus, the only available platform for an application that uses the latest DXRichEdit version is VS2010 and .Net Framework 4.0.
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