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Wordfast and html-files
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Lars Jelking  Identity Verified
Israel
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English to Swedish
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Aug 23, 2006

WF (Vers. 5.22) tags the file OK and everything works fine (TM and glossary) together with Plustools. But how do I save the translated file in a format that Internet Explorer or the other web browsers can open as a web page?

I've tried all the alternatives but cannot open the file as a web page, only in the source code format.

HELP !!!


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Gerard de Noord  Identity Verified
France
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German to Dutch
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Read the manual Aug 23, 2006

The HTM or HTML pages in the folder(s) of the Worfast segmented Word files probably have been translated and probably are ready for any browser. But who can tell, when your not altogether sure about your workflow.

Regards,
Gerard


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