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Migrating translated document into Trados
Thread poster: Donald Giroux
Donald Giroux
Local time: 00:58
Apr 11, 2007

We have a Word document that was translated into Spanish without Trados being involved. We have not yet purchased Trados. Is it possible to import a Word document in both English and Spanish into Trados memory and "automatically" map each Spanish sentence to each English sentence?

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Ralf Lemster  Identity Verified
Local time: 09:58
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WinAlign Apr 12, 2007

Hi Don,
That's what WinAlign does, although it's fair to say that the process isn't fully automated - depending on the structure of the document, aligning requires manual checking (IOW you can run it automatically, in which case there will be some quality issues).

HTH, Ralf

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