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In an ongoing effort to make your writing a little easier we provide this online text formatter and character counter in an effort to help structure your content. With a couple of clicks of your mouse it's easy to use and an effective way to format ads, articles and emails to specific lengths. You can then copy and paste the content into any editor for further development or presentation.

Formatting Instructions:
  1. Copy your article / ad / email into the space provided below.
  2. Use the command buttons at the bottom to format your content.
  3. Always double check your content after formatting to ensure your line spacing and paragraphing is correct.
  4. Copy and paste your newly formatted content to your editor.
NOTE: Your content may look "wacky" online, but once in your editor everything will line up properly. This is because the box below is fixed at 57 characters in width and we have no idea what will be your line length setting.

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Format Your Ads / Articles / Emails

 
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Line Count (Blank lines count):
Word Count (Counts spaces between words):
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Longest Line:

 

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