AcroEdit is a free text editor developed by professional industrial automation programmer Sung Dong Kim. AcroEdit is compatible with Windows computing environments and was originally developed by Sung Dong Kim in 1995—he has continued to maintain the program since then.
Among the features of AcroEdit is multi-level undo and redo, column blocking, wordwrapping (although this has to be set each time one opens the application), code template options, and auto-correction based on the program’s dictionary. Like most other text editors today, it also offers users syntax highlighting and auto-detection for URLs. It has an indicator for whenever a document reaches more than one column and a function for highlighting the current line or column. A ruler and an indicator for the current line or column are also built into it.
The program supports both normal and numbered bookmarks. It is compatible with Pascal scripting (script toolbars and debugging are both supported), supports macros (it can record them, play them back, and convert them to a script), has FTP tools, supports various encoding possibilities from Unicode to Asian characters, and has tools for find&replace functions as well as comparisons.
Our users primarily use AcroEdit to open these file types:
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