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Old 08-03-2007, 11:15 PM   #15
JSWolf
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While MS Word (and OpenOffice) are nice tools for documents, nothing beats Ultra Edit for major work on raw text files. I use it frequently when preparing the Harvard Classics series of books. It is a commercial product; but, for me it has been worth it.
What can Ultra Edit do that Word cannot or what can Ultra Edit do better?

I've been thinking of trying to find a better text editor then Notepad.
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