I get many Word documents from clients where I have to take the content and put on a web site, in a blog post, or in an ezine. Word adds some funky formatting to any piece of text that’s undetectable until you try and paste it into something else. For years, I used another program to strip out characters, but the downside of this program is that it forced me to set a text line limit. Now I discovered one that simply strips the formatting.
StripMail is a freeware utility that strips the characters “>” and “|” from forwarded e-mails and can be used with any email client. While that’s helpful, what I really like about this program is that when I copy text from a Word document and hit “Paste” in StripMail, the text is pasted into the window void of ALL MS Word formatting. The peskiest things in Word formatting are the quotation marks and the apostrophes, which typically don’t show up as strange characters until the text in pasted into an HTML program. It also offers a “Do It All” button, where it strips the forwarded email characters, strips the text formatting, and retains your paragraph structure. Pretty good for freeware program, right?
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