Align two different file formats: exotic use case?
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CafeTran Training (X)
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Local time: 10:02
Feb 25, 2016

How 'exotic' is the alignment of files in different file formats? E.g source in InDesign IDML or FrameMaker MIF and (the preliminary or OCR'd or extracted version of the) target in MS Word?

 


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