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PureText


Entering content by copy & paste from Office applications (e.g. Word) is very bad and often leads to layout problems, as all the fancy Office formating tags are copied as HTML tags. For those of you who don’t fully trust the “paste unformatted” button, there is a wonderful easy to use freeware tool: PureText.

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Frederic Hemberger Frederic Hemberger lives in Cologne, Germany where he works as a technical consultant and senior RedDot developer. After years of studying the ancient and mysterious ways of content management, he acquired the black belt of RedDot-fu. After teaching many students in the weird ways of the Dot, he retreated to the old misty mountains to meditate. Legends tell that he finally reached the mysterious state of IoRangeNoRedDotMode.

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