I have a document (a lease) which I have painstakingly typed as a text file from a hard-copy and would now like to format with justified paragraphs but retaining the current line endings (to facilitate checking for typos and any missing sections etc and to preserve the original pages).
So I was wondering what the simplest approach would be. If necessary I'd be content to surround each text line with its own TeX annotation, although this would be very repetitive and would increase the TeX document length and reduce its readability.
So I wondered if there was a simpler approach that could deal with entire paragraphs or more with a single annotation.
Also, whatever approach I adopt, from the kind suggestions of experts on here must support overhanging indents, e.g.
1 blah blah .. blah blah .. :::