Reply To: Spanish Closed Captioning Explore the community › Forums › Lectora › Lectora Questions & Answers › Spanish Closed Captioning › Reply To: Spanish Closed Captioning April 22, 2019 at 4:11 PM #423501 Score: 2 sheryl cogginsModerator Karma: 4 pts@scoggins3221 When editing the Closed Caption files with non A-z characters in an text editor, be sure to save the files in Unicode / UTF-8 format. Microsoft Notepad uses ANSI by default. When saving the first time, there is a format selector labeled ‘Encoding:’ next to the Save button. Select Unicode, then Save. Other text editors offer the similar options, such as Notepad++ menu item Encoding offers several choices. This post has received 2 votes up.