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Thanks Miroslaw.

I find it pretty amazing that such common feature still hasn't been
implemented :-/ Even a non-WYSIWYG text editor like UltraEdit supports it.

Simple case I currently have: A table is available twice in the same
document with a few differences. I wanted to split the screen so I could
scroll line by line in each split screen to see the differences.

As a work-around, is there a rich format eg. RTF (since this is a table, not
free text) that I could use to export the document and open it in some GUI
Windows diff program to see the differences?

Thank you.

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