export table into text file with Unicode format

Hi
With SQL Server Import and Export Wizard.
 Or Microsoft SQL Server Management Studio
Can I export table into text file with Unicode format?

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Mohammad Alsolaimanapplication programmerAsked:
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kamindaConnect With a Mentor Commented:
You are looking at the wrong place

4. Give a name to the file and on the
save button click on the small down arrow
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kamindaCommented:
One simple way of doing this is within Management Studio

1. Execute your script
2. In the results grig,  Click on the top middle tab between rows and columns to select the whole result set
3. Right click on the results grid and select save result as
4. Give a name to the file and on the save button click on the small down arrow
5. Select Save with encoding
6. Select unicode and the output file type.

This is really easy and quick.
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Mohammad Alsolaimanapplication programmerAuthor Commented:
Kaminda:
5. Select Save with encoding
6. Select unicode and the output file type.
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i don't have Save with encoding
see the photo please
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sameer2010Commented:
Or you can use simple BCP to get to the same. Use -w/N switch:

bcp "SELECT AWR_CTL_NO,AWR_CODE, AWR_CAT, AWR_PERIOD_TO_DT FROM RSNFS.RSNFS.TBPRSAWR WHERE AWR_DECI_DATE = 14320501" queryout TData.TXT -T -w

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sameer2010Commented:
Or you can use simple BCP to get to the same. Use -w/N switch:

bcp "SELECT AWR_CTL_NO,AWR_CODE, AWR_CAT, AWR_PERIOD_TO_DT FROM RSNFS.RSNFS.TBPRSAWR WHERE AWR_DECI_DATE = 14320501" queryout TData.TXT -T -w

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Mohammad Alsolaimanapplication programmerAuthor Commented:
OK kameda, thank u very much it works
sameer2010
Or you can use simple BCP to get to the same. Use -w/N switch:
i am very new SQL Server
i dont know what you meen and where to write it?
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Mohammad Alsolaimanapplication programmerAuthor Commented:
thanks a lot
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