TaxControls is available on several platforms (ActiveX, Java, .NET and PHP), and most users will only need to download one of these packages. If you're not sure which one to download, we recommend the ActiveX Demo.
Each of these packages provides a simple demonstration of how to compute an employee's payroll withholding, along with other features of TaxControls.
This package contains the latest TaxControls ActiveX DLL, and a demo Visual Basic application. The demo is a standalone executable, however programming the ActiveX Dll requires an ActiveX-enabled development environment, such as Visual Basic, Access (using VBA), Visual FoxPro, or Visual C++ (among others). To install your software:
- Download ActiveX Demo File size is approximately 476K.
- Using Windows Explorer, double-click on the downloaded 'TaxControls.exe' file to start your installation.
- After installation, check out the sample project, 'TaxControls Demo.exe'. It demonstrates typical usage of the ActiveX Dll. Source code and demo can be found in "c:\Program Files\TaxControls".
This package contains the most recent TaxControls jar, and a demo Java application. You'll need a Java compiler such as the Sun J2SE 1.6 in order to compile and run this software. To install:
- Download Java Demo File size is approximately 1437K.
- Unzip the downloaded package, then using Windows Explorer, double-click on the 'run.bat' file to start the demo application.
This package contains the most recent TaxControls .NET component, and two demo applications. You'll need either Visual C# 2008 (Express Edition) or Visual Basic 2008 (Express Edition) in order to compile and run this software. To install:
- Download .NET Demo File size is approximately 217K.
- Download the package, then using Windows Explorer, double-click on "TaxControls.NET.exe".
This package contains sample PHP tables and a simple application which demonstrates their usage. You'll need a web server capable of serving PHP5 files. To install:
- Download PHP Demo File size is approximately 2.5M.
- Download the package, then unzip the archive into a directory under the document root of your web server. Point your browser to the index.php file.