How It Works
- Paste your text document in the text area (top text area if you
already converted some text).
- Select one or more conversion methods in the left pane. All text
conversion methods will be executed in the same order as they appear
in the pane. For example, if you selected "To LowerCase" and "Sort
text" methods then the text will be converted to lower case and then
- Click on the "Convert" button located below all conversion
methods. The page will display converted text in the second
- If you want to apply different conversion to already converted
text you can copy the text into the top text area by clicking on the
"Copy to top window" button, then select desired conversion
method(s) and continue text conversion.
Explanation of conversion methods
To LowerCase method changes the case of all text in the source
document to lower case.
"Smart" capitalization option changes all text to lower case,
except for the first letters of the first words after ".", "," and
"!" characters. These letters are changed to upper case.
Capitalize every word option changes the case of all text to
lower case while converting the first character of each word into
To UpperCase method changes case of all text in the source
document to upper case.
Replace text method replaces all occurrences of the first text
string (search string) with the second text string (replacement
string). If replacement string is blank then the method deletes all
occurrences of the search string in the source document. By default,
the "Replace text" method is not case sensitive. For example,
replacing "left" string will replace all occurrences of "Left",
"LEFT, and "left" in the document. You can make replacement
case-sensitive by turning on the "Case sensitive" option.
Case sensitive option makes replacement case-sensitive. As an
example, if you're replacing the string "Left" and you select "Case
Sensitive" option, then all occurrences of the "Left" string in the
source document will be replaced, but all "left" and "LEFT" strings
will stay unchanged.
Regular expressions option allows the usage of regular
expressions in search and replacement strings. The replacement
perl and PHP). If any provided regular expression contains an error
then it will be reported back to you. For more information about
An example: if you have a text with missing spaces after commas,
like this - "apples,oranges, pears,bananas", you can add spaces
after commas by setting search string to ",(\S)" (find comma which
is not followed by a space), and replacement string to ", $1"
(replace it with a comma, then a space, and then the character that
followed the comma).
Sort text method sorts all lines in the source document in
alphabetical order, i.e. from A to Z. Sort method is case-sensitive,
that is lines starting with lower-case letters are always placed
after lines starting with upper case letters.
Reverse sort option reverses the sort order. Like the sort
method, the reverse sort is case-sensitive too.
Strip HTML code - strips all HTML code, identified as
<any text>, from the source document. This method also
replaces some HTML entities, like or <, to
characters. Many HTML entities, like · or ©, are
not replaced to characters.
Convert tables to CSV option converts data in HTML tables into
a list of comma-separated values (CSV). Each table row from the
source document is converted into a separate line. Data from
different columns from the same table row is placed on one line, and
separated from each other by commas. The quality of conversion to
CSV format highly depends on the complexity and validity of the
original HTML document. Data in nested tables may not be converted
well, and errors in HTML code may result in some data missing or
split into multiple lines rather than columns.
Remove spaces method removes extra spaces from the text.
"Spaces" are all characters that look like a blank space, i.e. a
space character, a tab character, a CR character, etc. For
more information please see description of "Heading spaces",
"Trailing spaces" and "Compact spaces" options. If none of these
options are selected then "Remove spaces" method does nothing.
Heading spaces option tells the "Remove spaces" method to
remove all spaces at the beginning of each line in the source
Trailing spaces option tells the "Remove spaces" method to
remove all spaces at the end of each line in the source document.
Compact spaces options replaces all occurrences of two or more
spaces with one space character.
Remove lines method removes lines from the source document. For
more information please see description of "Remove duplicate" and
"Remove blank" options. If these options are not selected then the
"Remove lines" method does nothing.
Remove duplicate option removes duplicate lines from the source
document. This option is case-sensitive, and treats lines like "Line
1" and "LINE 1" as different lines.
Remove blank option removes all blank lines (lines without
any text) and all lines containing only spaces.