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HTML in Trados 2007 with Dragon Naturally Speaking
Thread poster: Transilvania
Transilvania
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Jan 2, 2008

Hello colleagues,

I'm looking for advice from people who have Trados 2007 and often translate html documents with the help of Dragon Naturally Speaking. What is the best approach to translate simple html documents with Dragon in Trados SDLX or Tag Editor or elso? I'm new with Trados and need some help. Can I add placeables with Dragon? It seems to overwirte placeables if I start to speak. I thought Trados is able to display just the words of an html document so that I would not have to take care of any html elements, like the software cats cradle does for example. Thanks for any help.

In SDLX Dragon does not select words for correcting them properly, instead it deletes the word cow when I say "select cow" and if I say the right word like "bow" it overwirtes other word parts of the sentence.

[Edited at 2008-01-02 21:58]


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