Text Editing Software DEFINITION: A text editor is a computer program that lets a user enter, change, store, and usually print text (characters and numbers, each encoded by the computer and its input and output devices, arranged to have meaning to users or to other programs). Typically, a text editor provides an "empty" display screen (or "scrollable page") with a fixed-line length and visible line numbers. You can then fill the
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This video details a text-grabbing and translator app that lets you save printed text from any magazine, book, document, etc. – in more than 60 languages – on your device. View now to learn how this app can immediately edit, translate, publish to social media, or forward by e-mail or SMS.
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