Article: Stripping code from Word after pasting to a Blog manually and why you’d want to

If you copy and paste your blog posts from Word instead of writing directly to the posting block you will end up with a lot of unnecessary code that will appear at inconvenient times (such as when you cross post to Tumblr, or when you share the post to some other social media site). Some blogging platforms have posting blocks specifically for Word documents but these blocks sometimes also strip out any formatting or text colors you specified in the Word document.

If you want to keep your formatting or text colors, it is relatively simple to remove the extra, unwanted code.

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