Automatic Text Formatting
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Auto wrap mode
Every line reaching the defined right margin (see Program preferences) gets wrapped automatically.
Any change you make later to entered text will reformat the paragraph you changed
Note: The Bat!'s MicroEd does not distinguish between "hard" and "soft" carriage returns, a paragraph of text is defined by an empty line above and below it. To start a new paragraph just hit <Enter> two times, to create an empty line. This means that it is impossible to type a list with Autoformat mode active.
Justify on wrap
Automatically block-aligns your text (left- and right-align).
Auto indent mode
Positions the cursor under the first non-blank character of the preceding non-blank line when you press <Enter>.
Press Backspace to delete any indentation.
Reformat on the fly
To reformat your text while typing, use key strokes:
If you place the cursor inside the paragraph with the mouse, you must hit one of the arrow keys once to get the whole paragraph to reformat or only the single line with your cursor will be reformatted.