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Hello Sidekicksrs, I am an ancie

Hello Sidekicksrs, I am an ancie

Hello Sidekicksrs, I am an ancie

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Hello Sidekicksrs,

I am an ancient Sidekick user who has just remembered a neat trick for anyone who needs to remove all formatting from an article or webpage. At the moment, I canot give detailed examples as my programme and Win 10 are locked in deadly combat, being completely incompatible and my #2 machine is also down.

1. Select all the text to be unformatted ( CTL + A)
2. Copy it all (CTL + C)to an empty page in Sidekick (it's one of the Notes pages, rather like a .txt file).
3. It will be, IIRC, unformatted text, which you can paste back into the Word doc.
4. Best to delete it then from the Sidekick page once it s safely re-inserted in the Word file.

Good Luck :)

Enie

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