Strike Through Text Generator

Strikethrough Text Generator

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Simple and easy to use strikethrough text generator. Convert standard text into crossed out text with this online strike text generator. Type normal text on the left and have the content come out with crossed out font through the strikeout generator.

Strikethrough Your Text

Using this strikethrough text generator is incredibly simple to use to cross out text. All you have to do is write up your normal text in the column on the left and you will see that the text is getting automatically crossed out in the column on the right.

Use any text you want, then you will see a line go through it - which you can then copy and paste it to wherever you like, whether that’s Facebook or Twitter.

You are able to copy and paste this crossed out text to Facebook, Instagram and Twitter as it is not a HTML tag, you can simply copy across the cross out characters in plain text that you can then paste through.

Here’s an example of what you will get generated with letters and words with a slash in it.

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How to Cross Out Text?

Go ahead and follow these simple steps to strike through text that you can use on any web page for social networks such as Facebook, Twitter, Pinterest, and Instagram.

  1. Type in your text.
  2. See your text automatically turn up with a strike through it.
  3. Download the crossed out text.
  4. Then paste it where you’d like it to appear.

Let us know if you’ve got any questions about the cross out text generator and the Convert Case Team will be more than happy to help you.

Check out our other text tools as well such as our small text generator and wide text generator.

If you are looking to add strikethrough effect to your tweets or facebook messages, then this online tool will be just want you need. Just add the text in the given area, click on the StrikeEm button.

Now just copy paste the generated text to you timeline or any other place where you to add the strikethrough text.

Strikethrough (a.k.a strikeout) is represented by words with a horizontal line through their center. It implies that the text is wrong and was recently deleted or marked as such.

How To Cross Out Text?

Follow these simple steps to strike text on any web page or social media sites like Facebook, Twitter, and Instagram.

  1. Enter your text on the text field
  2. Your result will automatically shown after you input the words or sentence
  3. Click the Copy to Clipboard button if you want to copy the results
  4. Your results will be copied

If you like to spend a lot of time reading articles online, or hanging out on message boards or forums, you’ll notice that there’s usually nothing wrong with the words that have been crossed out with a strikethrough. This is because, today, on the Internet, a strikethrough is a way of saying something without really saying it.

For example, a writer might use a strikethrough to indicate her own thoughts on the subject she’s writing about in a quick and annoying funny way. Did you catch that? The strikethrough is becoming the written equivalent of coughing and saying something at the same time, or mumbling something that you might not want to say out loud, but also wouldn’t mind for people to hear.

You might also use the strikethrough to discern between official facts and either your opinions or things that are not official but are known by everyone. If you’re a journalist who does this, you might be accused of opinion journalism. You’re not likely to find a respectable media outlet that uses strikethrough in this way, at least not when reporting.

If you do see strikethrough text on the digital pages of a very serious media outlet, it’s possible you’re looking at information that was corrected after the original text was posted online. When this happens, some websites make a note of revisions at the bottom of the article.

However, some use the strikethrough to the same effect—to show that they’ve made a mistake. So traditional media might still use the strikethrough in the traditional way, but new and user-generated media might use it for irony, humor, plausible deniability, or commentary.

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