Thank you for the quick macro. The anomalies of setting the number of columns in hex mode made this feature not very useful, although it did change the number of columns, but the display of the ascii was incorrect and it was just not what I was hoping for. However, I already use another editor for Hex editing of Tiff files and it is working for me, so this is not an issue for me in my decision to purchase SlickEdit.
The other features of SlickEdit, especially for my programming language of choice: C++, and the C-like macro language that allows me to extend the editor in many ways, outway the fact that hex editing is not as useful as I would like it to be.
I will probably write a macro that will load and display the hex values of a Tiff file the way that I want and need it to be viewed.
Thank you for your prompt reply.