If you have chosen ASCII export, then normally the following dialog appears:
If you should not see this dialog during export, hold down the
[Control] key when calling the driver in the object selector. After
that you should check whether the
Always show this dialog
checkbox switch was perhaps in its deactivated state.
The ASCII export parameters dialog offers the following selectable parameters:
0). Not every program can handle text with infinitely long lines, so that you can insert hard line-breaks into text lines here. Note that this does not take into account word boundaries or hyphenation points!
No conversionitem if you do not want any ASCII characters to be converted by a converter table.
Apple > Windows), but the corresponding transformation table for the reverse direction has not been created yet, you can overcome this by activating the
Invert Conversion Filtercheckbox. This swaps over all conversion parameters of the selected table.
You can switch the ASCII export dialog to
is sensible if you always want to export with the same parameters. To
do this, deactivate the
Always show this dialog checkbox.
Naturally here too you can save the settings and load them again,
so that you do not have to adjust them each time. That is what the two
Load are for. (!AIE) on launching
always looks for a file named (!AIE).SET in its start path, i.e.
normally in the DRIVERS folder. Therefore you should save your most
frequently used settings under this name and path.
If you want to save sets for less frequently required applications, just use a slightly different name, e.g. ASC_Mac.SET for special Apple settings etc.
With the [OK] button the text will be exported from the selected
Text frame. You still have to assign a sensible filename in the file
selector that appears. The suggested file extension is
The [Cancel] button breaks off the complete export function.