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Cool Free ASP.NET AJAX Rich Text Editor

Nice start on a WYSIWYG browser based editor. 

It’s released under the MS-PL license.  You can get the full information at:
http://blogs.msdn.com/kirti/archive/2007/11/10/rich-text-editor-is-here.aspx

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