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EditPad is a replacement
for the standard Windows NotePad.
EditPad requires Windows 95 or later
to run. No additional DLLs or
whatever are required.
It has some very interesting
EditPad can open as many files
at a time as you want.
You change between the open
files by clicking on their tabs. No
hassle with heaps of overlapping
If you run EditPad again when
there is already an instance running,
the file(s) you wish to edit will be
opened by the existing EditPad
window. This means there will be at
most one EditPad window open, which
will save you from a lot of task
Of course, if you do need more
instances, simply pick View|New
editor from the menu.
Block functions: save parts of
your text to disk and insert a file
in the current text
Specify many print settings:
font, margins, headers/footers, etc.
Option for keeping the EditPad
window on top of all other windows.
When you close an unsaved
file, EditPad will either warn you,
automatically save the file or do
Reopen menu that lists the
last 16 files opened.
Configure the open and save
dialog file filters.
MAPI support for emailing
Easy and working installation
It's almost free