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To Remove the invisible source from the translation
Thread poster: VENUGOPAL

VENUGOPAL
Local time: 11:34
Malayalam to English
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Oct 28, 2008

Hi

I am using TRADOS 2007 freelance version and i want to know how to remove the invisible source from the translated file. If we look the translated file into Print View can see only translated document. But both source and translated matter appears in Normal view. Please help me to solve the problem

Rgds

Venugopal


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Samantha Hoffmann  Identity Verified
Local time: 07:04
Member (2002)
English to French
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2 possibilities Oct 28, 2008

Hi,

1- if you just want to hide the source segment (for reviewing for example):
in Word, go to Tools/Options/View tab and untick the option "Hidden text".

2- if you want to permanently remove the source segment:
all you have to do is clean the document in Trados (Tools/Clean Up...)

I hope this helps

Samantha


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VENUGOPAL
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INVISIBLE Oct 28, 2008

Thanks Samantha. Its ok now.

Rgds

Venu


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