Download Version 14 - Release Candidate 10 (32 bit)
(v14rc10.exe - 3,651,688 bytes)
Download Version 14 - Release Candidate 10 (64 bit)
(v14rc10-x64.exe - 4,405,352 bytes)
After installing, select Check for Updates from the the Help menu to make sure you are running the latest version.
(Note that Release Candidate 10 will expire on June 1, 2013).
CSV files are typically used to represent tabular data, where each line in the file represents a row of a table. Each line contains the text of each column in the row, separated by a comma (although other characters can be used - eg, a TAB).
By default, V14 will automatically recognize CSV files and will display them as a table - where all the columns have the same width (much like a spreadsheet). Although unlike a spreadsheet, the column widths in V are fixed (determined by the longest entry in the column) and cannot be resized.
You can press the arrow button next to the new CSV Mode button in the toolbar to customize the CSV behavior. Press the CSV Mode button to toggle between CSV mode and standard text mode.
If you have any questions, please submit them to the Beta Versions section of the Support Forum, or send me an email.