I don't know if this will work (and I don't want to mess with my languages to find out!), but I recommend PureText.
It's free. It's a tiny program. It runs in the background.
Here's its description:
PureText only removes rich formatting from text. This includes the font face, font style (bold, italics, etc.), font color, paragraph styles (left/right/center aligned), margins, character spacing, bullets, subscript, superscript, tables, charts, pictures, embedded objects, etc. However, it does not modify the actual text. It will not remove or fix new-lines, carriage returns, tabs, or other white-space. It will not fix word-wrap or clean up your paragraphs. If you copy the source code of a web page to the clipboard, it is not going to remove all the HTML tags. If you copy text from an actual web page (not the source of the page), it will remove the formatting.I use it many times every day for copy/paste to get rid of the junk associated with stuff, especially to avoid copying in unwanted fonts. I've assigned the hotkey as WindowsKey-V (rather than the usual CTRL-V). Works great.
I'd be interested in hearing if you try it and it does work.