Sure, there are many ways. For instance, if you need to enter key manually, you may even prefer to split text representation into groups of 4 or more characters.
But I'd suggest you choose between SSH2 (RFC 4716) and OpenSSH format. Both use Base64 for key representation. Both have an advantage that they are supported by standard tools like ssh-keygen.
If you have multiple keys and want to more reliably distinguish them, I'd suggest SSH2 (RFC 4716), because it provides slightly better possibilities to comment.