>Before Paste as Plain Text appeared in The Bat!, I used an application called 
>Get Plain Text which turns whatever is on the clipboard into plain text so you 
>can paste it in to something else. I still use it occasionally, as there are a 
>few programs that don't have an option to paste unformatted text. 

Let me toss in Asdclip a clipboard manager
He also has the best file renamer out ther (Renamemaster) if you have that need

> Hello MFPA,

> Monday, September 22, 2014, 11:06:19 PM, you wrote:

M>> Hi

M>> On Monday 22 September 2014 at 9:00:12 PM, in
M>> <mid:1754347284.20140922210...@trink.co.uk>, jb_lists...@trink.co.uk
M>> wrote:

>>> Hello Forums,

>>> On Monday, September 22, 2014, 4:51:44 PM, Forums
>>> wrote:

>>>> When I paste text into TB it brings in the format from
>>>> the document rather than inheriting the format of the
>>>> document I am pasting into. Is there a setting I can
>>>> change to alter this please. I have looked through the
>>>> options but cannot see anything relevant.

>>> Try Ctl-Shift-V or Edit|Paste as plain text.  

M>> I don't have that problem in TB! as I compose email in plaintext. In
M>> some other applications, I get around the problem by first pasting
M>> into something like Notepad, then copying from there and pasting into
M>> the application.

> Thanks for the suggestions - I think that the plain text option may
> suffice on a piece I have tried. Should have thought of that but
> expected it to work as other programs do.

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