Document.Editor 2013.26

Allows you to edit text documents

Document.Editor is a free document editor that can edit text files, RTF files, HTML files, and Flow Document. It can save edited files in Txt, RTF, and Flow Document format. Document.Editor is a good document editor to have on your computer if you don’t have OpenOffice, or any other Microsoft Office alternatives.

Document.Editor 2013.26 details

License: Open Source
Price: FREE
File size: 2.58 MB
Downloads: 80
Keywords: Text Editor, Edit Document, Format Text, Editor, Edit, Insert
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Windows 10


Windows 10


Document.Editor for Windows 10 - Full description

Document.Editor is an open source multitab VB.Net/WPF Ribbon UI based word processor for Windows XP, Vista, Windows 7 and Windows 8.

Includes support for opening FlowDocument, Html and plain/rich text formats and support for saving FlowDocument and plain/rich text formats.

Multiple tab interface so you can edit more then one document in a session, Tab Rearranging support, compact application size, and multiple Edit/Insert/Format commands.

Multiple startup options like Open New Document, Load Previous Documents, Do Nothing and more.

supports editing commands like undo/redo, cut(and cut paragraph, cut line), copy(and copy paragraph, copy line), paste(and paste text only), delete(and delete paragraph, delete line), select all(and select paragraph, select line), find, replace and go to.

Insert objects, images, links, text files, tables, videos, horizontal lines, date, time, headers and footers into your documents.

Format you documents with font, font color, highlight color, bold, italic, underline, strikethough, subscript, superscript, indent more/less, bullet/number lists, align left/center/right/justify, line spacing and ltr/rtl and clear formatting

Document.Editor also supports Spell Check, Text to Speech, Translate and Definitions.

You can also export documents to Wordpress, Xps, email, ftp server, zip archive, image or sound.

Document.Editor includes a system that you can make your own plugins with, but it is turned off by default. You can turn it on in the options dialog. At the moment it only supports inserting text into a document but will later support other things like images and tables. Take a look at the HelloWorld plugin to see the basics.

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