Susan Welsh wrote:
I always find alignment (per Samuel's post) troublesome and in need of adjustments to make it come out right.
The ease of alignment also depends on the alignment tool (and the languages).
OmegaT has a built-in aligner, for example, but it is cumbersome to use. And it can't export a table (only a TM), and you can't save an alignment halfway through.
Heinrich Pesch wrote:
I would create a table of both files in Word with the paragraph mark as delimiter.
This is essentially what PlusTools does. If you tell PlusTools "these files have been segmented", then PlusTools aligns them by paragraph mark. If you don't, PlusTools attempts to split by sentence. This usually results in a misaligned table, but PlusTools' keyboard shortcuts make it quite simple to fix the alignment in a jiffy. I regularly use PlusTools when proofreading translated DOC files.
I didn't understand the question (in fact, I still don't).
Neither do I (-: so I'm waiting for his response.
[Edited at 2018-02-12 23:04 GMT]