|Use a tab character as the delimiter between columns in export and import files.
|Do not enclose the data fields in quotes (or expect in Import).
|Export results from multiple statements to separate files.
|Do not write SQL and result status to the export file.
|Write column headers to the export file.
|A Byte Order Mark is written to the start of all Export files.
|An AutoNumber column is added as the first column in any table created for an Export to Access operation.
|Do not remove carriage returns from exported text values.
|Do not prompt the user when the Answerset row limit is reached.
|Do not convert the localized decimal point to a period on import. (Option is only enabled when the decimal point is not a period.)
|Do not skip the header record (first line) of imported files.
|Submit 20 rows worth of data at a time when Importing data (not ODBC).
|Do not ignore errors, such as duplicate inserts, when using Batch Import.