Text Magician is a lightweight Windows application whose purpose is to help you make several changes to multiple plain text files, such as join or split items, delete or replace text, capitalize all words, insert text to the start or end of lines, and remove leading spaces.
The GUI looks a bit crowded due to the fact that the program accommodates all configuration settings into a single panel. Plain text files can be added in the working environment using the built-in browse button (you cannot rely on the drag-and-drop support).
You can create a list with multiple files and make use of batch tasks for processing multiple items at the same time.
Splitting and merging options
You are given the possibility to split a large plain text file into a custom number of parts and split data at a certain number of lines or at a user-defined word. You may merge multiple items into a single file and include separators in the output item.
Text Magician helps you remove leading spaces/tabs, trailing spaces, all blank lines, as well as custom text from the start or end of each line.
What’s more, you are allowed to add blank lines after each line, capitalize the first letter of each line or word, enable the lowercase mode for all words, and alphabetize lines in files.
Last but not least, you may add text to the start and end of each line, insert text in new line after each line, replace the beginning and ending text block with custom words, as well as find and replace text everywhere.
Tests have shown that Text Magician carries out a task quickly and without errors. It doesn’t eat up a lot of CPU and memory, so the overall performance of the system is not hampered.
All things considered, Text Magician provides a handy set of tools for helping you perform various changes to your plain text files, and can be mastered by beginners and professionals alike.