After starting the software with a .uds file and then exporting a GEDCOM and bringing the file back into the system as a GEDCOM rather than a .uds file the feature worked just fine.
I use my software at my office and at home. I keep a .uds file on a USB Drive and can open it with my system at the office and at home without having to create a GEDCOM everytime. The .uds file stays clean, the GEDCOM always compacts the notes section and makes it appear as a continuous string of text, leaving out indentions, spaces and skipped lines. Generally making it difficult to read.
I do keep a back file in GEDCOM format on the drive and each computer in case of failure.
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