The InkEdit control is a superset of standard text boxes in Windows. As such, it is meant to replace edit controls in an ink-aware application. Instead of accepting only text input, InkEdit also captures digital ink, optionally converting it into text. The managed version of InkEdit is a superset of RichTextBox, while the ActiveX and Win32 versions are supersets of RichEdit. RichEdit and its .NET counterpart, RichTextBox, supply advanced text-editing features for text boxes in Windows. These features include support for entering complex scripts, saving in Rich Text Format (RTF), and editing bidirectional text. Perhaps the most notable exposure of RichEdit is in Windows WordPad, whose text features are all implemented by its underlying ...

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