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How to convert Unix or Linux text file to Macintosh text file?

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Using Notepad++ it is possible to convert Unix / Linux text file to Macintosh file in following way.

1. Instruction how to convert Unix / Linux text file to Macintosh text file.

  1. Open Unix / Linux text file.
    Unix / Linux text file - Unix / Linux end line symbols visible at end of each line.
    Unix / Linux text file - Unix / Linux end line symbols visible at end of each line.

     Note: to show all characters use View->Show Symbols->Show All Characters - this option has been enabled to see new line characters.

  2. Click Edit->EOL Conversion->Macintosh (CR)
    EOL means End of Line
    EOF conversion example with Notepad++.
    EOF conversion example with Notepad++.
    Macintosh text file - Macintosh end line symbols visible at end of each line.
    Macintosh text file - Macintosh end line symbols visible at end of each line.
  3. Save Macintosh text file

 

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