Convert PML to TXT
Online & free tool to convert PML files to TXT


1) Input file

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0 of 5 files added (up to 300 MiB combined)

2) Output format

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PML Palm Markup Language
TXT From the 70's to 2007 the open source .txt filename extension format commonly referred to plain text documents encoded using the ASCII character set. To support internationalization and localization, .txt text documents are today text files encoded using the UTF-8 or UTF-16LE standard which is a superset of the ASCII character set. Text documents of type .txt typically have minimal formatting for example no support for bold or italic characters or support for bullet points etc. This allows .txt documents to use minimum storage space and be platform independent as long as the operating system supports the underlying encoding character set used to create the .txt document. On windows .txt file support has existed since 1985 when Windows 1.0 was released and since then has been mostly associated with the notepad application on Microsoft Windows.

How to convert PML to TXT

STEP 1

Select the ebook file in the PML format to convert to the TXT format, you can select a file from your computer or your Google Drive or Dropbox account.                            

STEP 2

Choose the TXT format from the drop-down list as the output format, and click the Convert button, you can convert up to 5 files at the same time and a maximum size of up to 300 MiB.

STEP 3

Wait until your file is uploaded and converted into the TXT document format, you can download the converted file up to a maximum of 5 times, and can also delete the file from the Download page.