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If the buffer doesn't actually contain tabs, then you can use the Mac utility pbcopy to copy its contents into the cut buffer. Set a region with mark and point around the text you want to copy. Run shell-command-on-region, normally bound to M-| . Type pbcopy Return. The contents of the region are now in the cut buffer and you can paste them normally. I ...
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