Michael Moskowitz wrote:
This must have been discussed before, if so - my apologies.
I just analyzed a large Word file for repetitions, etc. and it gives me a TotAl Words count significantly higher (ca. 43,000) vs. the word cound (ca. 32,000)done on the same document in MS Word. Anyone seen this before?
In my experience Word can miss certain tables and footnotes, do you have a lot of them in there? Of course it may depend on your versions of Word and Trados. I am talking Word 2000.
If the client counts in Word, you will have to point out that it has missed out certain things. I trust Trados count over Word anyday.