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Reopening a Wordfast document - How to get where I left off?
Thread poster: Susan O'Flaherty
Susan O'Flaherty
Ireland
Local time: 09:17
French to English
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Jun 22, 2005

Hi,

I am new to WORDFAST and have just reopened a document I had been working on. How do I get back to where I left off. It keeps opening up at the beginning!

Thanks,

Susan

[Subject edited by staff or moderator 2005-06-22 11:45]


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Russell Gillis  Identity Verified
Local time: 02:17
Spanish to English
Set your cursor to where you last worked Jun 22, 2005

Hello Susan,

With Wordfast, you have to set your cursor to where you want it to start. Of course, when you re-open a document, it will start at the beginning, since that is where the cursor is.

Just scroll down to your last translated segment and put your cursor there.

I hope this helps!

Russell


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Yves Champollion  Identity Verified
English to French
reopening a Wordfast document - How to get where I left off? Jun 22, 2005

You can use the Alt+Home shortcut - it's meant for precisely this purpose.

yves

Susan O'Flaherty wrote:

Hi,

I am new to WORDFAST and have just reopened a document I had been working on. How do I get back to where I left off. It keeps opening up at the beginning!

Thanks,

Susan

[Subject edited by staff or moderator 2005-06-22 11:45]


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Gerard de Noord  Identity Verified
France
Local time: 10:17
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Alt+Home Jun 22, 2005

Alt+Home will get you there.

Regards,
Gerard


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Dan Marasescu  Identity Verified
Romania
Local time: 10:17
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Welcome !!! Jun 22, 2005

Yves Champollion wrote:

You can use the Alt+Home shortcut - it's meant for precisely this purpose.

yves


Hi Yves,

I'm very glad to see you around. We could surely use your help.

Best,
Dan

[Edited at 2005-06-22 17:38]


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Susan O'Flaherty
Ireland
Local time: 09:17
French to English
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Thanks to everyone - I have got it! Jun 22, 2005

Dan Marasescu wrote:

Yves Champollion wrote:

You can use the Alt+Home shortcut - it's meant for precisely this purpose.

yves


Hi Yves,

I'm very glad to see you around. We could surely use your help.

Best,
Dan

[Edited at 2005-06-22 17:38]


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Samuel Murray  Identity Verified
Netherlands
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You can also try Ando Tools Jun 23, 2005

Susan O'Flaherty wrote:
How do I get back to where I left off?


You can use Alt+Home for segmented documents. For other documents, or for documents on which you don't use Wordfast, you can use the same feature in Ando Tools:

http://soukie.wz.cz/

Just be aware that if you want to run Ando Tools and Wordfast at the same time, you have to add AndoEN.dot (or similar) to the keeptemplate command in Wordfast's Pandora's Box, otherwise Wordfast will disable Ando Tools everytime Wordfast it used.


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