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Paste Text Like: Change Format, Text Case & Remove Blank Spaces From Clipboard

Posted In Windows, OS X, Portable apps - By Techtiplib on Monday, February 6th, 2012 With No Comments »

We have covered numerous clipboard tools in the last few months, including Clipboard Magic, ClipX, and Ethervane Echo for Windows, and rePasta and TetBom for Mac OS X. Most clipboard managers are capable of recording multiple clipboard entries, letting you keep spamming that Ctrl+C before pasting the required text anywhere. Last year, we covered Dolphin Text Menu, an on-screen text cleaner that performs a range of text-specific operations over any text editor, including  append and prepend text to lines, delete blank lines, change text case etc. Today, we have an open source tool for you called Paste Text Like, which lets you perform all these functions over the clipboard content. Read on to find out more about Paste Text Like.

Paste Text Like: Change Format, Text Case

The application provides you with a Paste Menu (accessible via Win+V hotkey), containing options to paste the text in unformatted form and in a specified text case (Upper Case, Lower Case, Proper Case, and Invert Case). You can remove double spaces, blank lines, paste text like File Name and include the current date to copied text. It also give you a small analysis of the copied text with information about total number of lines and characters.

Something that I really liked about Paste Text Like is that it doesn’t interfere with the default Windows clipboard. It has its separate hotkey that enables you to continue using the default clipboard. The Settings (accessible from system tray menu) lets you configure the Note Hotkey and change the short and long date format.

Paste Text Like is a portable application that works on Windows XP, Windows Vista and Windows 7.

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