A window where you write, display, and edit code. You can open as many Text Editor windows as you have modules, so you can easily view the code in different forms or modules, and copy and paste among them.
You can open a Text Editor window from:
The Workspace window by double clicking the form. (See Workspace window)
The File menu by choosing Open command.
You can select parts of text with mouse or by Shift-moving around.
The editor allows you to have unlimited multilevel undo and redo actions per document.
You can customize the way the text appears in the editor. For specified items, you can change the:
Background and foreground colors
Type and size of fonts
Code Pane - the area where you type your code. You can also vary the type and size of indenting and tabs in your code.
Margin Indicator Bar - a gray area on the left side of the Text Editor window where margin indicators such as breakpoints are displayed.
Selection Margin - the white space immediately to the left of the code text where can click to select lines of text.
Horizontal and Vertical Scroll Bars - allow you to scroll the Code pane horizontally and vertically so that you can view the code that extends beyond the edges of the Code pane.