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Hey, it looks like this works perfectly for adding HTML tags to content. For example, I often draft topics in Notepad first, and then go back and add opening and closing paragraph tags, list tags, etc. after I'm finished. The prefix / suffix tools are exactly what I need.
Thanks for sharing!
> David Neeley wrote:
> > If you're like me, from time to time you have a text
> file that needs
> > to be cleaned up in some way--often, for example, by
> removing those
> > pesky every-line carriage returns as but one example.
> > There is a browser-based text manipulation resource
> that can handle
> > many of these issues quickly, easily, for free. I hope
> you may find it
> > worthwhile at some point:
> > <http://mytexttools.com/>
> > David
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