From Sig Software:
TableText is a program for the Mac OS which allows tabular information to be represented, manipulated and scanned as plain text. With it, you can convert spreadsheets and tables to ASCII text with ease.
TableText can be used for email messages, source code comments and cross-platform documentation. It also allows text to be converted back into tabular form, for importing into a spreadsheet, word processor or database.
What's new in this version: TableText 1.0.7 adds support for Apple Mail, fixes communication with other email programs under OS X, optimizes screen updating when performing complex operations and contains several other minor improvements.
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