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WinEdt 9.1——LaTeX 排版编辑器
第一名的LaTeX 排版编辑器软件!特别适合搭配Mitex,它是在窗口MS Windows的环境之下工作.可以支持多国语言,自订排版方式,拼字检查. 
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WinEdt? is a powerful, extremely flexible and versatile native editor and shell for MS Windows with a strong predisposition towards the creation of [La]TeX documents (and much more!)...

WinEdt provides an integrated development environment and is widely used as a front-end for compilers and typesetting systems, such as TeX. WinEdt’s highlighting schemes can be customized for different modes. WinEdt’s Spell Checking functionality supports multi-lingual setups, and dictionaries (word-lists) are available for many languages.

As an editor, WinEdt allows you to exploit its intuitive (customizable) predefined interface and graphic controls. However, if you are not too keen on the mouse interface, don’t worry: WinEdt also provides the means to customize its keyboard interface, allowing you to use double keystroke shortcuts that can be associated with any menu item.

What is WinEdt?
WinEdt (shareware) is a powerful, extremely flexible and versatile editor and shell for MS Windows with a strong predisposition towards the creation of [La]TeX documents.

DO NOT, however, mistake WinEdt itself for a TeX system! You’ll have to download and install your own (free) Win32 TeX system (eg. MiKTeX, or fpTeX/web2c) from CTAN.

Check out WinEdt’s Downloads page for more information on WinEdt, TeX and links to other programs needed to make TeX operational on Win32 platform.

By default WinEdt’s Menu is configured to run as a front end (GUI) for the MiKTeX (freeware) distribution. However, it is quite straightforward to make any modifications (through the Options| Menu Setup Dialog) and thus configure WinEdt for a different TeX package (eg. fpTeX), or even define a completely different set of accessories.

As an editor WinEdt allows you to exploit its intuitive (customizable) predefined interface and graphic controls. However, if you are not too keen on the mouse interface, don’t worry: WinEdt also provides the means to customize its keyboard interface, allowing you to use double keystroke shortcuts that can be associated with any menu item (macro, command, utility). Menu Setup and, in particular, the (invisible) popup menus, are available to provide this functionality...

Unlike most MS Windows editors, WinEdt is not based on Windows Edit or RichEdit controls but has been written from scratch (providing custom responses to Mouse and Keyboard Input and implementing its own Paint procedure which analyzes the text and determines the colors). While these features make it possible to do almost anything (while keeping the source files 100% ASCII) it also implies that WinEdt has to provide support for any language- or sometimes even hardware-specific behavior which applications based on standard controls transparently inherit (for example, Bidirectional text). Assuming there is enough interest in any such new feature I will usually implement it, following reports and suggestions from interested users. However, such an implementation is not always straightforward and it may take time. Please be patient!
WinEdt is currently lacking support for UNICODE and bidirectional text.


WinEdt 7 is a Unicode text editor built on WinEdt 6 sources and compiled with Delphi XE. Users that already have an older version of WinEdt should read the following important information pertaining to upgrading:

WinEdt 7 is installed parallel to WinEdt 5 or 6 and you can continue to use an older version and possibly uninstall WinEdt 7 if you prefer the old version. WinEdt 7 can run simultaneously with an older version of the program. You should not attempt to install WinEdt 7 over the existing WinEdt 5.x or 6 on your system!

Upgrading: From version 5.x -- not really; you cannot import old settings from WinEdt 5: the new version will have to be customized from scratch! Configuration (*.ini) files from WinEdt 6 can be loaded into WinEdt 7 after minor modifications (with a few exceptions that affect Unicode and Language functionality). The "Whats New?" section in new Help explains changes to keywords and configuration files syntax from version 6. This document should be consulted before attempting to import your WinEdt 6 settings into the new version!

Registration: WinEdt 7 series uses the same registration data as WinEdt 6 -- you will have to enter the same registration data in WinEdt 7. If you are currently using WinEdt 5 you can take advantage of the trial period and see if you want to use this version or you prefer the older WinEdt 5.x series. Should you opt for WinEdt 7 and already have a license for WinEdt 5, you will need to purchase an upgrade license from www.winedt.com (see the Tables at the Registration page: upgrade rates are at the bottom). Exceptions will be made (upon request) to users that have purchased a license or an upgrade within the last year and to (a few) users that make contributions to winedt.org, or help with WinEdt project in some other way... This is your chance to get involved!

Note: At this stage many components (including old dictionaries) on winedt.org will not automatically install into WinEdt 7 unless they have been updated and they state that they are WinEdt 7-compatible. This applies to all components that involve changes to the Menu and/or Toolbar... Advanced users can, of course, install such components manually and make them WinEdt 7-compatible by rewriting the relevant scripts (.ini or .edt files) in the new format.

WinEdt 7 uses dictionaries (word lists) in unicode format: they can be downloaded from winedt.org. Properly converted English dictionaries are already included in the default settings.

Major new features in WinEdt 7.0:

WinEdt 7 is a unicode editor. It is compiled with Delphi XE and heavily optimized in order to match the performance of earlier non-unicode versions of WinEdt...
Up-to-date documentation (including an updated Macro Manual and a brand new Configuration Manual) is now consolidated in a single help file (available from the Help menu).
A new Preferences Dialog has been introduced to allow most common customizations (for users that are intimidated by the more powerful Options Interface and Configuration Scripts).
Graphic controls (like toolbars and menu items) now use transparent png images instead of bitmaps.
Default settings have numerous improvements (including enhanced compilation and preview macros, new highlighting schemes, etc.).
And there is more... Eighteen months of work has gone into this version of WinEdt and every aspect of the code, documentation, and default settings has been revised and improved for this release.