Clear text formatting
When you copy and paste content from a Word document, Google Doc, or most any other software or website, it comes with hidden code.
This code is what controls things like font, text size, and other formatting. Often, this isn't an issue, but some applications work much better when you paste plain text, rather than formatted text.
Create a .txt file
Some programs require files in plain text format (.txt).
Write or paste your content into i.ycp.edu/text.
In the upper right corner, select the menu ☰ > Download (Plain Text).
Use the downloaded .txt file wherever needed.
Tip: You can also create .txt files in Notepad, TextEdit, & Word.