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Ruslan
 
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Default How can I reformat a "plain text" Word document?

I have several "plain text" Word documents to tranlate. They are formatted
using "spaces" and "paragraph marks" - every line has a paragraph mark at the
end, although the sentence is not finished.
How can I reformat them, keeping the original look of the documents (text
is justified using spaces among words, headings are centered using spaces),
removing all these spaces and paragraph marks as so?

Thank you.
PS: I did this manually, but I'd like to do it more automatically.
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Stefan Blom
 
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Please see http://word.mvps.org/faqs/formatting/CleanWebText.htm

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I have several "plain text" Word documents to tranlate. They are
formatted
using "spaces" and "paragraph marks" - every line has a paragraph
mark at the
end, although the sentence is not finished.
How can I reformat them, keeping the original look of the
documents (text
is justified using spaces among words, headings are centered using
spaces),
removing all these spaces and paragraph marks as so?

Thank you.
PS: I did this manually, but I'd like to do it more automatically.





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