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You can specify which options, such as basic font, language, character set, or break, are imported or exported with a text document. The dialog appears when you load an ASCII file with the filter "Text Encoded" or when you save the document the first time, or when you "save as" with another name.
Defines the settings for importing or exporting your file. When exporting, only the character set and paragraph break can be defined.
Specifies the character set of the file for export or import.
For Unicode character set only, a byte order mark (BOM) is a sequence of bytes used to indicate Unicode encoding of a text file. The presence of the UTF-8 BOM is optional and may cause problems with some software, especially legacy software not designed to handle UTF-8.
By setting a default font, you specify that the text should be displayed in a specific font. The default fonts can only be selected when importing.
Specifies the language of the text, if this has not already been defined. This setting is only available when importing.
Defines the type of paragraph break for a text line.
Produces a "Carriage Return" and a "Linefeed". This option is the default.
Produces a "Carriage Return" as the paragraph break.
Produces a "Linefeed" as the paragraph break.