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Hints for Eclipse users

Where did Eclipse save my ASCII file?
Answer: Normally, Eclipse will save your ASCII text file in your C: drive under the following path:
Here is their formula
C:\eclipse\"your user name"\filename.txt
For example - C:\eclipse\julie\Sample.txt
For example - C:\eclipse\julie\filename.txt
For example - C:\eclipse\robert\Sample.txt
For example - C:\eclipse\robert\filename.txt

NOTE: Eclipse ASCII files usually end with ".txt"
Note: This is not written in stone. Your system may vary, since a user can create folders with any name.
The default Eclipse ASCII text file folder, however, is as shown above.
My Eclipse ASCII file has no Page Breaks
Problem: ProTEXT is not separating my pages correctly.
Cause: There are No Page Breaks in your ASCII file.
Fix 1: Re-Do your ASCII from Eclipse, but don't use the "Amicus" Format.
Fix 2: Re-Do your ASCII from Eclipse, but Enable the "Form Feeds" option.
Since the mid 1990's ProTEXT has had hundreds of very satisfied Eclipse users.
Eclipse users have told us they like ProTEXT much better than the Condensing utility that came with Eclipse.
Try downloading a free copy of ProTEXT and try it with your ASCII from Eclipse!

If you are using Eclipse - you will be delighted with ProTEXT!