I also upgraded from 9 to 11. The improvements that were important to me were:
- Red squiggly lines under misspelled words. That's a big time saver for me. I don't have to keep running spellchecks, and it allows me to work with the document at a smaller view size and not be concerned about misspelled words. Without the red squiggly lines I would have to work with documents at a larger view size in order to reread it carefully.
- Memory of that last five search terms. It seems like a small thing, but it makes it easier to work.
- Built-in ExtendScript.
At $600 dollars a copy, it is a hard decision. Many free text editors have the first two features I mentioned. It's a shame we have to pay so much for an upgrade for features we should have had a long time ago.
If I would be working freelance, I think I would learn LaTex instead of paying the high price of these upgrades.
Regards, Shmuel Wolfson Technical Writer 052-763-7133On 06-Dec-13 9:16 PM, Craig, Alison wrote:
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