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TRADOS help: how do I create and set up components?
Thread poster: Magda Alberti
Magda Alberti
United States
Local time: 07:47
English to Spanish
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Nov 16, 2001

I am a freelance translator and have recently purchased TRADOS. Although I have Guides and Instructions from http://www.TRADOS.com I have problems creating and setting up components, which were mentioned briefly in the TRADOS course, [languages, index, etc.] I understand they should be available in the WorkSpace before starting a translation. All I need are very brief instructions how to do this or additonal related information.



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Ralf Lemster  Identity Verified
Germany
Local time: 13:47
English to German
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Adding components Nov 17, 2001

Once you have created your project, i.e. you have chosen your source language and chosen at least one target language, go back to your source language (use the \'Up\' button in your browser if necessary) and \'Open\'. Once \'inside\' your source language, use the \'Add\' button to add components (e.g. \'Chapter 1\', ...). Open each component to add files.



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