5178Re: [NH] non SGML errors . . . [mystery solved]
- Jun 4, 2005Thanks to both Jody and Lotta for your expertise and generosity in
sharing. I've learned a lot in the process.
The info below is very useful as are the links to
http://www.rexswain.com/ You (and NoteTab) are the best!
--- Jody <kjv-av1611@...> wrote:
> Hi sisterscape,__________________________________________________
> If you open the file in NoteTab and place your mouse pointer
> somewhere in the edit window the Status bar will tell you what
> format it is. NoteTab can save to different formats via Save
> Format in Options | Documents | Format | Saves as (global) and
> right click on file tabs for the individual file.
> Menu commands...
> Modify | Lines | Adjust Line Breaks
> Use this command on documents (for example UNIX or Mac files)
> that do not display lines with standard carriage return + line
> feed characters.
> File | Export...
> Saves the text selection or the active document in a different
> format: ASCII/ANSI, DOS, UNIX, EBCDIC, or Mac. Using this command
> on an Outline document will produce a normal text file from it.
> By default, headings are underlined. This setting can be turned
> off through the "Underline Headings" field in the Options dialog
> box on the Outline tab.
> Clip commands and functions...
> Returns Str with all extended ASCII characters converted to ANSI.
> ^$StrFixLines("Str")$ (added in v4.51)
> Corrects carriage returns in text criteria (Unix and Mac-
> formatted text is converted to Dos/Windows format).
> ^!SaveAscii FileName (added in v4.6)
> Similar to the ^!Save command (and accepts the same parameters) but
> saves the document using the DOS extended ASCII character set instead
> of Windows ANSI.
> ^!Export "FileName" [ASCII|ANSI][MAC|UNIX][SELECTION|ALL][HARDBREAKS]
> ^!Export "FileName" [EBCDIC][SELECTION|ALL][LRECL=nnn] (added in
> Exports current document under specified file name. Optional
> settings are used to define output format. Use a comma or colon
> to separate multiple settings and use double quotes around the
> file name if it contain spaces. When creating EBCDIC files, you
> can optionally define a record length (for fixed-width lines) by
> using the LRECL parameter followed by an equal sign and the width
> Happy HTML'n!
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