2016-03-11 10:24 GMT+01:00 nasrin khaksar <firstname.lastname@example.org>:
hi every one.
a person gave me some txt documents stored with microsoft word with
the unicode encoding.
but when i activate libreoffice open dialog box and select txt choose
encoding, libreoffice has not unicode alone and has only unicode utf-8
for this reason i cant open them properly and my documents which
stored with microsoft word in unicode encoding, its completely
unreadible via libreoffice unicode utf-8 and the characters are not
display in persian!
what should i do to solve them?
the problem is very critical for me and my documents are very valuable for
thanks for your help and god bless you all.
Are you sure that the file is actually unicode ? MS Word have a history of
not doing what he's told with file encodings...
If it is, you might want to try UTF-16, some quick search (
that the label-less "unicode" settings can be UTF-16 with BOM. Now, BOM
support in LibreOffice is another matter. The UTF-16 encoding should be
right below UTF-8; at least it is with LibreOffice 188.8.131.52
(Also, your signature is ill-formed; it should begin with "-- ", two dashes
and a space, followed by a newline. This way people that don't care about
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