Toolbar and Menu Configuration
Toolbar: You can fully configure EditPad Pro's toolbar. Nearly all menu items have an associated toolbar icon. You can place any or all of these commands on the toolbar, in whichever order you like. If you have a large resolution screen, turn on the large toolbar buttons option to make the buttons 50% larger.
Context Menus: All of EditPad Pro's right-click menus are fully configurable. You can place any main menu item on any of the context menus. EditPad Pro offers you distinct context menus for the editor, the selected text, file tabs and project tabs.
Keyboard Shortcuts: You can assign any key combination to any of EditPad Pro's menu items. You can use one-key combinations like Ctrl+L (one letter or function key combined with one or more shift keys), or two-key combinations like Ctrl+K, B (two letter and/or function keys with shift keys). The two-key combinations are primarily useful for assigning WordStar-compatible shortcuts, which EditPad Pro can do for you with just one click. You can also use them to simulate Alt+Letter menu item shortcuts from other applications. E.g. if you're used to Alt+F, Q closing the file, you can assign that combination to File|Close in EditPad Pro.
Using keystroke macros, you can even create your own menu items with composite editing actions and/or menu commands. You can then assign a one-key or two-key keyboard shortcut to the macro you've recorded.
Three Groups of Configuration Settings
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