Why do Trados word counts and Original software word counts differ?
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InfinityLS  Identity Verified
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Feb 5, 2007

Why do Trados word counts and Original software word counts differ?

 

Jorge Payan  Identity Verified
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Here could be the answer Feb 6, 2007

I ma sure that this article will clarify the issue:

http://www.wintranslation.com/articles/art05_0008_wordcount.htm

Saludos

Jorge H.


 

Han Li  Identity Verified
China
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Thanks, Jorge! Feb 6, 2007

Jorge Payan wrote:

I ma sure that this article will clarify the issue:

http://www.wintranslation.com/articles/art05_0008_wordcount.htm

Saludos

Jorge H.

In fact, that's the same question I want to know.

Regards,
Han Li


 

Daina Jauntirans  Identity Verified
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Solves a mystery Feb 6, 2007

Thanks, this solves the mystery of why my Word count on a file ended up higher than the client's Trados count when normally the opposite is true.

 

Claudia Alvis  Identity Verified
Peru
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AnyCount vs. Workbench Feb 6, 2007

I would like to know why TO3000's AnyCount and Trados' Workbench results differ so much sometimes. Sometimes the word-count is much higher with AnyCount, sometimes the Analysis result is higher.

 


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