View: Codes.

Keystroke: Alt + F3 (Toggle)

Image shows a DBTtext file with codes displayed.

DBT normally has a WYSIWYG screen. A WYSIWYG screen doesn't always allow you to determine WHY a document looks the way it does. Viewing the codes can help in troubleshooting formatting problems. For some advanced users, especially those familiar with older versions of DBT, a coded view may even be preferred over WYSIWYG.

Image shows a Braille file with codes displayed.  The braille font used here is Simbraille.