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Workbench 2007 + Word 2002: source segment opens out of view
Thread poster: Dusan Rabrenovic

Dusan Rabrenovic  Identity Verified
Slovenia
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Nov 6, 2008

I'm using Trados 2007 Freelance (8.2.0.835) and Word 2002 (10.2627.2625). Whenever I work with Workbench on Word-supported text file formats (doc, rtf, etc etc), the source segment window (the blue one) opens up so high that it's almost completely hidden from view by the toolbars. It's annoying as hell and impedes the efficiency of my work time. Any hits appreciated!



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Spiros Doikas  Identity Verified
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Normal view Nov 6, 2008

Try working with Normal view only.

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Dusan Rabrenovic  Identity Verified
Slovenia
Local time: 15:03
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Word's Normal view fixes Workbench segments Nov 11, 2008

Spiros, thank you. Who would have thought the most obvious answer was the perfect answer. Works flawlessly now.

[Edited at 2008-11-11 15:22]


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