SSMS Default File Encoding

Claudio Silva shows how to make UTF-8 the default file encoding for SQL Server:

The file that is used to create a new query window has ANSI encoding but when I save the file on the PowerShell script I save it as UTF-8 because the client have comments on the code with unicode characters.

On this process, the unicode characters are replaced by some symbols.

Read on for the solution.

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