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EditPad Pro

If you are looking for EditPad Pro, you have come to the right place. We explain what EditPad Pro is and point you to the official download.

What is EditPad Pro?

With EditPad Pro, the user can easily open and edit many text files at the same time. He can arrange text files into multiple projects to open them at once, and edit them together. He can open all files in a folder and its subfolders into a project. Many of EditPad Pro’s editing commands can work on all files in a given project at once. The user can quickly switch between files and projects by clicking on their tabs. He can also move back and forth with the handy previous editing position and previously edited file commands.

The user can manage long lists of text files and large projects with the handy file manager sidebar, which can rename, move, delete, and copy files. The user can make sure that he’s writing with proper spelling by using EditPad Pro’s spell checker. Word lists are available in many languages. The user can tell EditPad Pro to point out misspelled words in the current file, current project, all open files, or just the selected text. The user can turn on Live Spelling in order to make EditPad Pro highlight misspelled words as the user types.

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File types supported by EditPad Pro

Our users primarily use EditPad Pro to open these file types:

About file types supported by EditPad Pro

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Last updated: : March 7, 2014