PSPad is a very comprehensive freeware text and code editor, great for working with "dodgy" GEDCOM files.
It also includes useful editing functions for HTML, LUA, and other file formats, as well as composing Family Historian Functions.
See http://www.pspad.com/en for more details.
There are many references in the FHUG Forums to PSPad and some are listed below:
: You are welcome to add comments here.
Click on the 1st link below and follow the PSPad download and install instructions.
Click on the 2nd link to download the English dictionary and install as instructed.
Despite what the on-line instructions say, PSPad does need Windows Administrator privileges to install, at least on Windows 7.
http://www.pspad.com/en/download.php ~ PSPad editor.
http://www.pspad.com/en/download.php#dictionary ~ English dictionary for the spell-checker.