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How to remove line breaks when copying text from PDF file?

When copying text from an Adobe PDF file to a word processor, you might have noticed that the text you pasted have line breaks as in the original PDF document. This is inconvenient (at least for me), especially if it is a large document, because we need to manually edit this text to remove the line breaks.
Here is a tiny program to easy this task. AutoUnbreak is a portable application (22Kb in size, no installation required) that can remove line breaks from formatted (or plain) text input. This is useful if you want to reformat a text document, where lines have been cut short. AutoUnbreak will only take input from the clipboard, it will not load any files and you can unbreak a maximum of 65500 characters at a time. (Via – ghacks)


  1. Actually I was looking for this. I many occasions I was really in need of it.

  2. That was the most needed tool while preparing materials for seminars or other reports... Nice share....

  3. That is quite useful. Thanks for sharing!


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