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Thread poster: Andjelo Miklic

Andjelo Miklic
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Jan 15, 2004

How to spell check translated (target) text in Trados? Thank you!

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Ralf Lemster  Identity Verified
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More details, please Jan 15, 2004

Hi Andjelo,
As a general rule, you should always provide as much information as possible when dealing with a problem.

To answer your question, we need to know which editor you're using (MS Word, TagEditor or one of the T-Windows). It's also generally important to indicate the software version (although that shouldn't be too much of an issue here).

Best regards, Ralf


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Andjelo Miklic
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Sorry! Jan 15, 2004

Ralf Lemster wrote:

Hi Andjelo,
As a general rule, you should always provide as much information as possible when dealing with a problem.

To answer your question, we need to know which editor you're using (MS Word, TagEditor or one of the T-Windows). It's also generally important to indicate the software version (although that shouldn't be too much of an issue here).

Best regards, Ralf


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Andjelo Miklic
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Sorry! Jan 15, 2004

I am working with Trados 5.5 freelancer, and I am using Tag editor.

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Ralf Lemster  Identity Verified
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Check the Help function Jan 15, 2004

Thanks.

The spell checking options in TagEditor are explained in detail in the TagEditor Help: use the Index section and search for Spelling tab. You can use the built-in spell checker ("WinterTree"), or MS Word.

Please let me know if there are any further problems.

Best regards, Ralf


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Laure Trads  Identity Verified
France
Local time: 16:39
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English to French
I can't access the French spellchecker in Tageditor Apr 28, 2005

Ralf Lemster wrote:

Thanks.

The spell checking options in TagEditor are explained in detail in the TagEditor Help: use the Index section and search for Spelling tab. You can use the built-in spell checker ("WinterTree"), or MS Word.

Please let me know if there are any further problems.

Best regards, Ralf


Hi Ralf,

I read with interest what you wrote above, because I have never managed to use the French spell checker in Tageditor and, apparently, I'm not the only one.

I went to Tools > Plug-ins. "Spelling Checkers" is ticked and there is a circle with a dot inside it next to "Word spelling checkers". But if I select "Word spelling checkers" and click on "Properties", I get the message "This plug-in does not support property pages". I have left Word 2002 open (as it seems important to do so in order for Tageditor to access the spellchecker in Word).

And I can't see any WinterTree.

I use Tageditor 6.5.5.438. I would be grateful for suggestions.

Cheers,
Laure


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