How to Highlight Text in UltraEdit


UltraEdit is a Windows text editor which assists in writing code for a variety of programming and markup languages used in Web pages. If you need to quickly compare portions of text, UltraEdit includes the highlight option. By comparing highlighted text in the selected part of a code, you can see differences between the versions of a file much faster than with standard full file comparison.

  • Click "Start" in Windows and then click "UltraEdit."

  • Click "File" and then click "Open." Double-click on the files names in the editor window and select the sections of text that you want to compare in each file respectively.

  • Click on the "Compare" icon on the main toolbar.

  • Select the "Compare Highlighted Text" option in the "Compare Files/Folders" dialog window.

  • Click the "Compare" button to compare highlighted text in your UltraEdit files.

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