How To Clear Formatting From Copied Text

[Use A Simple Keyboard Command For Easy Stripping]

Copy and pasting is a simple yet irreplaceable process that millions of people perform each day of their lives. This process covers almost all types of files and text available.

While copying files is an easy enough task, copying text can be a hassle as generally the text saved to the Clipboard is done so along with the original formatting.

If you’re copying form multiple sources, this can become a problem as you will then have to strip all formatting from the text individually every time you paste it.

Or you can simplify the process by using the PlainTextClipboard Tool, which does the job for you. If you want to use this tool, all you need to do is follow these simple steps:

  1. Download and install the tool.
  2. Whenever you copy anything, press “Ctrl+Alt+T” before pasting.
  3. The tool will run automatically and strip all formatting from the text.
  4. Paste the text anywhere you want.

With these simple steps, you will be able to easily remove all formatting from your text, so that you can copy and paste anything, anywhere, without hassle. Have fun.

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Posted on : 23 Jul 2016 @ 00:26

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