THought I'd add for the record I also use Notepad++ and provide the URL for others that may lack leet search skillz. It is opensource freeware so it is the best kind. Probably one the best ASCI based editors I've ever used except it does lack some features I used to love of a ancient DOS based payware editor I used to use. http://notepad-plus-plus.org/ The editor in the OP is great and I do use it, but end up using Notepad++ for a lot of editing xtble sessions. Especially as the editor here is rather limited and only does one thing very well, nice sorting of the feilds and saving of properly inserted CR/LFs on poorly saved xtbls you may find elsewhere on the net that lack CR/LF info for some reason (carriage return / Line Feed , for you kids) What's a carriage you ask? IT is something drawn by a horse, of course. Sigh, sucks to be so old.