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Re: Data merge confusion

Reply #15
On the Mac BBEdit is the bomb.
It's what I use. Wouldn't be at work without it!
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Re: Data merge confusion

Reply #18
Is that free?

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Re: Data merge confusion

Reply #22
Still using TextWrangler on my Mac. It's supposed to not be compatible with High Sierra, but it's still working for me. I imagine that BBEdit that they're selling instead, has that preference too where you can see all of the invisible characters. Sometimes I will get mail files too from our mail department, which will have a couple extra returns like this, which produces extra pages for me:

Re: Data merge confusion

Reply #23
BBEdit has a free version that replaced TextWrangler. Just download it and don't do the suggested upgrade.
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