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Change settings for Text Edit

Published on September 8, 2012, by in tutorial.

Step 1: Open Text Edit on your Mac. You will see the text styling toolbar on top of the window.

 

Step 2: Go to Text Edit -> Preferences

Step 3: Under “New Document,” check “Plain Text.”

 

Step 4: Under “Open and Save,” check “Ignore Rich Text Commands in HTML files.”

 

Step 5: Close the current file (that has the styles on top of the window). Open a new file. The new file window should look like below.

 
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