SW–Edit was a word processor for SignWriting. It featured a graphical user interface which enabled users to drag and drop SignWriting symbols into a sign. It also included an integrated sign dictionary.

SW-Edit supported the SSS-95 SignWriting symbol set for compatibility with SignWriter documents. It stored document and dictionary files in SWML, an XML-based data format for representing SignWriting text.

SW-Edit was developed as an application for Windows and Macintosh computers.

SW-Edit was developed by Rafael Piccin Torchelsen and Antônio Carlos da Rocha Costa.

SW-Edit manual SignWriting Markup Language (SWML)