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Dreamweaver CS FTP format question

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using dreamweaver cs3 to create sites, some software I use on the sites needs to be upload to the server  in ascii or binary, where or can I set DW to up/download in a specific format?
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This is from the Dreamweaver help :

          You can define whether the types of files that you transfer are transferred as ASCII (text) or binary, by customizing the FTPExtensionMap.txt file in the Dreamweaver/Configuration folder (on the Macintosh, FTPExtensionMapMac.txt). For more information see, Extending Dreamweaver.

Program Files > Adobe > Dreamweaver CS3 > Configuration

If you open the FTPExtensionMap.txt file you will see that you can define your files in there

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