OneApp Software has released version 1.2.4 of OneApp Clean Text. "OneApp Clean Text" is a shareware tool that eliminates all text formatting, removes empty lines, multiple spaces, tab characters, fixes paragraphs etc. OneApp Clean Text has the ability to apply changes to all the document or to only selected parts of it.
Often you have to paste some text copied from one document or application into another, and you want the text to get the attributes (such as color, font, dimension and style) of the new document instead of preserving the attributes copied from the old one. OneApp Clean Text eliminates all text formatting, preparing it for pasting. Moreover, the application performs other useful functions, such as removing empty lines, removing multiple spaces, removing tab characters etc. Itis also very useful for printing out text without wasting ink and paper, as often happens when you print directly from a Web browser.
OneApp Clean Text is available for US$15. You can find more information at the OneApp Software Web site.
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