>For my Hall's Chronicle (1550) edition, I'm doing the first-phase
>diplomatic transcription using Word, with a three-column table (line
>numbers, text, notes). This basically suits the project well for now.
>But Word relies on Unicode for various special characters, and
>Concordance 3.0 won't recognize Unicode. The C3 developer recommends I
>switch to a good text editor (like MED, he suggested)
why would this make any difference? if you want special characters, you need Unicode regardless. maybe you mean that Word saves this using UTF16 encoding, and
program does not like that?
> but I'd want one
>that has some WYSIWYG features, such as columns or, better, tables. Is
>there such an editor?
The XMetal XML editor may be what you need.
But I think we need more information to give a proper answer. I don't
what the input
to the Concordance program is, and what it can or cannot deal with