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DNS and Trados 8.0
Thread poster: mike4565
mike4565
Local time: 11:33
English to German
Dec 20, 2008

Hello everybody,

Does anyone of you experience formatting problems under DNS 10 and Trados
8.0?
Sometimes Trados (when working in Word 2003) begins the sentence with lower case
and sometimes with upper case. This problem didn't exist in previous
versions (i.e. 4.0-9.5). In TagEditor DNS always starts with upper case.
Does anyone know a solution to this?

Kind regards,
Michael


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Peter Linton  Identity Verified
Local time: 10:33
Member (2002)
Swedish to English
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Perhaps just a change in behaviour ? Dec 22, 2008

I have exactly the same combination of software as you, but have not come across this problem.

But I have noticed a small change in behaviour -- if for any reason I type the first word of a sentence in Trados, and press the space bar, then that word is automatically capitalised. My impression is that this did not happen before. If I dictate the first few words, then the first word is not capitalised.

This business of capitalising the first letter has always been a bit of a nuisance, and I am not aware of any solution. I just automatically say "Cap" at the start of the sentence.


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