Occasionally when transfer text file from Linux back to Windows machine, the file is not formatted properly and ending up all the text inside is a mess. Within Linux, you can try using the tool unix2dos to convert it.
But if you received the files and don’t have access to a Linux machine, then you can try the application U2WIN. U2WIN is UNIX/Linux ASCII TO MS-DOS/Windows ASCII file converter. It’s a command line application, which run under DOS.
For simplicity you can just execute the command
Goto Start > Run > cmd
cd <Path to the U2WIN folder>
* Make sure the file is at the same folder as the U2WIN application.
Download U2WIN from here [LINK]