I have a tab-separated text file with a table that has UNIX end-of-line characters (i.e.
\n) and UTF-8 encoding. I can open it in MS Excel 2010 without major problems using Data → Import and selecting related options. However, if I save it back into a text file using File → Save as → Tab-separated, I end up with a file with DOS end-of-lines (i.e.
\r\n) and one-byte national Windows encoding (i.e. "ANSI").
Of course, I can restore proper end-of-lines and encoding with an external tool, but that looks like a lot of hassle in the long term.
Is there a quick way to save tab-separated file with UNIX EOLs and in UTF8 (i.e. using all the settings that were used during the import) in MS Excel?