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glitches in Word: lost cursor + reluctant segment
Thread poster: NancyLynn

NancyLynn
Canada
Local time: 16:28
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Jun 23, 2005

Evening all,

I'm using Word XP, Win XP, Trados 6.5.5.438.

when I click translate to fuzzy, I have to move my cursor away from the toolbar and into the page area for the next segment to open.

Also, when typing my cursor disappears and I can't use ctrl + arrow to jump over words as I'm used to doing, but rahter must clik on them to see where I'm at!

Any ideas on how to change this, is it a view thingie (although I doubt it, I already loooked at everything there) or some other command I inadvertently entered?

Many thanks in advance!

Nancy


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Alison Schwitzgebel
France
Local time: 22:28
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German to English
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Have you tried the keyboard shortcut? Jun 23, 2005

NancyLynn wrote:
when I click translate to fuzzy, I have to move my cursor away from the toolbar and into the page area for the next segment to open.



Have you tried the keyboard shortcut? I like to use them because I find it a bit faster, but there are horses for courses...

Translate to fuzzy is Alt plus the star on your number pad.

Do you still have the same problem that way?

Best,

Alison


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