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TagEditor (txt) files in Wordfast
Thread poster: Niels Barfoed

Niels Barfoed  Identity Verified
Local time: 06:03
English to Danish
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Apr 30, 2003

I was wondering if anybody out there would know how best to treat a tagged Quark file in txt-format (meant to be translated in Trados TagEditor). I use Wordfast 4.12 and do not have Trados (and it seems the possibilty to download demo versions has vanished).



I can - of course - open the file in Word, but it seems that WF wants me to translate a lot of the formatting info too.



Thanks in anticipation for any advice....



Nich





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Jerzy Czopik  Identity Verified
Germany
Local time: 06:03
Member (2003)
Polish to German
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Using FilterPack from Trados May 1, 2003

All what you would need is FilterPack from Trados. You can convert tagged text to rtf.

If you don´t have the software, contact me privately and send me the files, I´ll convert them for you tor rtf, so you can easily translate them with Wordfast, then send me the translated file back and I convert it back to txt.



Kind regards

Jerzy


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