External View files: formatting problems with Office 2010
Thread poster: Olaf Reibedanz

Olaf Reibedanz  Identity Verified
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Sep 12, 2010

Dear colleagues,

I just sent an external view file (both as a table and as a Trados RTF) to my proofreader. I use Office 2003, and my proofreader uses Office 2010. When he opened the file, there were lot of rogue characters in the text like these: =A0==

Has anyboday already encountered the same problem? Does it have to do with the settings in Office 2010, or is this a general compatibility issue that hasn't been resolved yet?

Thanks a lot for your help!

Kind regards,



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