Text editors come in a lot of different varieties, from the bare-bones Windows Notepad to more elaborate options that give full-featured word processors a run for their money. Document.Editor falls into the latter category, offering plenty of options for editing and formatting text and saving it in a variety of formats.
Document.Editor has a sleek, well-organized interface, with its menus arranged in the popular and accessible ribbon-style format. Much more than just a text editor, Document.Editor lets users insert images and video, create bulleted lists, and select different fonts. It also has a built-in spell-checker, translator, and text-to-speech tool. Documents can be saved in a variety of formats, including XAML, HTML, DOCX, RTF, and TXT; documents can also be exported to e-mail, FTP server, or WordPress, an interesting option.
Document.Editor is light on documentation, providing a minimum of information on its Web site and lacking a built-in Help file, but we didn't mind; all of its features were things we had seen before, and they were arranged in a way that made sense. Overall, we think that Document.Editor is a great choice for anyone who feels limited by a more traditional text editor and wants the flexibility of a word processor without all the bulk.
Document.Editor installs a desktop icon without asking and leaves a Start menu item and folder behind upon removal.