The File submenu on the main menu provides the options listed below. Most of these options are not visible at the beginner level. Use File : Level : Professional to see all the options listed:
You can include HTML tags in such a file or use UTF-8 encoded texts. Remember not to: use angle brackets for comments as these will be ignored, not to enclose Q: and A: tags with HTML code, not to use HTML editors that add extra HTML tags (e.g. <body>), and not to rename your file from *.txt to *.html. For more see: Formatting Q&A with HTML.
You will find Q&A text option particularly useful when using speech recognition software to quickly create question-and-answer collection (e.g. with Dragon Naturally Speaking). Make sure you save the file as plain text (i.e. as with Notepad, not as rtf, doc, etc.).
You can also import Multiple Choice Test material. Add wrong answers with a1:, a2:, a3: tags. For example:
q: What country borders with Nigeria?
If you would like to import Q&A text files produced by SuperMemo for DOS, SuperMemo 7 for Windows, SuperMemo for Windows CE, Palm Pilot, Mac or Amiga, you may at times prefer Other SuperMemos option (below), which uses a different method of interpreting end-of-line characters as well as a slightly different algorithm for creating import folders