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    Default TagEditor vs Workbench

    Hi everyone.

    I was translating a word file using Trados Workbench but I every time I came across a swung dash in the Tm, Workbench downloaded the translated version with some strange character instead of the original swung dash. I decided to save the word file as an .rtf and then used TagEditor to translate that file and everything ran smoothly.

    Dya think it'd be safer to save a .doc files as an .rtf and then use Tag instead of Workbench so as to translate the file?

    Thanks!

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    Default Re: TagEditor vs Workbench

    Quote Originally Posted by Fabianea
    Hi everyone.

    I was translating a word file using Trados Workbench but I every time I came across a swung dash in the Tm, Workbench downloaded the translated version with some strange character instead of the original swung dash. I decided to save the word file as an .rtf and then used TagEditor to translate that file and everything ran smoothly.

    Dya think it'd be safer to save a .doc files as an .rtf and then use Tag instead of Workbench so as to translate the file?

    Thanks!
    Word was not created to be used a as translation environment, so it sounds good to me.

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    It sounds good to me too.

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    Hahahahah! ElVizconde, you don't sound like a MS Word-lover, that's for sure!! ;-)
    I know many people like you...I wonder why? (heheheh)

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