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Word files are located at:


Grab the Wordfiles for different languages.

  • Windows intercepts the keystroke for CTRL + SHIFT + 0. It's a common enough issue that there is a Microsoft KB article on it: Input method editor keyboard shortcut (CTRL+SHIFT+0) switches the input language in Vista.
  • To set the font, use View / Set Font.
  • Sometimes you'll want to convert between DOS and UNIX format. You can do this through File -> Conversions. Recall that \n (nl) is 0x0a (10). Also, \r (cr) is 0x0d (13). UNIX files will only have a nl. DOS files will have a cr followed by a nl.