Western-European = ISO 8859-1, e.g. English ANSI
IF you choose Save-As you can change the Encoding from there.
Lets you change to UTF-8, or UTF-16LE (you can also do UTF-BE, but windows uses UTF-16LE) among other encodings.
If you do so, you will see the information in the status bar change.
As well if it is a standard windows file you’ll see CR+LF in the bottom right of the Status Bar.
You can also change the “Return Method” in the Save-As dialog.