Some of my RM sentence templates include some of RM's limited formatting controls such as <b>...</b> for bold. If care is not taken, these formatting controls can be lost on a GEDCOM export.
The same formatting controls are used in RM's notes. With RM's user interface for notes, you don't actually see the formatting controls. Rather, it's a WYSIWYG sort of thing where you highlight the text you wish to be in bold or in italics or whatever and then click the B button for bold or the I button for italics or whatever. The buttons are in the tool bar for RM's note editor. With RM's user interface for sentence templates, you actually have to type in the formatting controls and you actually can see the formatting controls. In either case, you can see the formatting controls in any GEDCOM which is exported by RM.
RM's GEDCOM process includes an option called "Note formatting (bold, etc.)" without the quotes. I have just discovered that this option controls the inclusion or exclusion of formatting controls such as <b>...</b> not only in RM's notes but also for RM's sentence templates.I don't know if this is a good thing or a bad thing, but it is something to be aware of if you use RM's formatting controls in your sentence templates. To retain your formatting controls on GEDCOM export, you have to enable the "Note formatting (bold, etc.)" option. You probably want to enable this option most of the time anyway and it's the default. The only problem would be if you wanted to disable the option for your notes and leave the option enabled for your sentence templates. There is no way to do so.