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You are looking for online OCR (Optical Character Recognition) services. The following free online services may help you: onlineocr.net free-ocr.com newocr.com free-online-ocr.com ocrconvert.com myfreeocr.com
You will need to install and use a script to do it. In your spreadsheet, select Tools > Script Gallery > Insert.... Search for reverse. You should see String.reverse(). Click Install, then Authorize. Close the Script Gallery. To use the script, type =reverse(A1) where A1 is the cell with the text you want to reverse.
2 other free online OCR services: Google Docs can convert images with text into text documents. The maximum size for images (.jpg, .gif, .png) that it can handle is 2 MB & each line of text in the image should ideally be of at least 10 pixels height. OCR Terminal is an online OCR service that can convert image formats (TIFF, JPEG, GIF, BMP) to ...
It is done using block element characters that look like they spell another word: █▬█ █ ▀█▀ It is actually an ASCII art with the following characters: █ ▬ ▀ It can't be used to spell all letters of the alphabet, but you can try. Other characters can help as well. Here I just wrote the first part of your username: █ ╔╦╗ I gave up because the R is hard to ...
The most extensive and most authoritative compilation of names of human languages in different languages is the CLDR database. You can use the permalink http://unicode.org/cldr/charts/latest and access the By-Type charts, section Languages. The data is in XML format, described in the LDML specification.
Google Mobilizer provides mobile-friendly version of most webpages. You can adapt this Google Mobilizer Bookmarklet that I wrote from myself to view just the text of web pages or adapt Chrome/Opera's search provider feature to make a URL open automatically with Google Mobilizer. Google Mobilizer will not mobilize a page if the page is already a mobile page, ...
It depends what you mean by "text editor". If you want an osx gmail client that has solid, wysiwyg editing capabilities (and a really nice user interface, try Sparrow. Google bought them, but it still seems well-supported enough. If you meant a true plaintext editor, there are a ton, but I find both Byword and iaWriter to be minimal enough to kill ...
I would try just using plain old microsoft word, and zoom out to a point where you can see both copies on the same screen. Then they can be printed on different sheets, and comments can be added as needed on microsoft word. If you need to use an online tool then there is google docs word, but then you can't see both at once.
You'll want to write a script using Google Apps Script. Getting started: http://code.google.com/googleapps/appsscript/guide_getting_started.html (the example is for google spreadsheets, but the mechanics are the same for documents) The relevant API is here: http://code.google.com/googleapps/appsscript/service_document.html Not sure, but it sounds like ...
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