A text file is just a text file. It does not store any type of
formatting - it stores text only.
If I follow what you want to accomplish, you want a text file that
maintains indents? If that is the case then you might try using the
"Text with Layout (*.ans)" file type.
If that isn't what you are looking for then perhaps you can expand on
how you want to utilize the file and we may be able to suggest some
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does produce a "text" file that NotePAd, CodeWright, etc. can deal
with, but I would have to manually reformat the file.