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Thread poster: Josie St-Amour

Josie St-Amour
Local time: 19:47
English to French
Jun 24, 2005


I am using Trados 6.5 Freelance and Word 2003 (I used to have Trados 6 and Word 2000)

Now, I see the source and Target language when it was possible for me to only see the target before.

What can I do to only see either the source or target language in a word file??

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Anette Herbert  Identity Verified
Local time: 00:47
English to Swedish
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It is the best way Jun 24, 2005

Hi Josie,

It is the safest way to translate with both target and source language in view, as the chance of inadvertantly deleting any squiggly purple brackets (tags) are the least then.
It is however a good idea to change to target view for checking your translation afterwards, just go too Tools-Option-View or Show and untick hidden text.
If you want to change anything you can still go into the segment with Open/Get in Trados,but you already know this if this is how you have been working.
But if you run into trouble because "the

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