Jerzy Czopik wrote:
and process the file in Tageditor.
This way you will keep everything as it was without having lots of extra work.
After you are ready simple mark the whole text (CTRL+A) and deselect the "hidden text" option.
This is really as simple as that.
BTW, this trick will NOT work for Word 2007, so you need Word 2003 for that.
If the text has any regularities (ie formatted in blue or with a different font), you could even use search and replace function for hidding it.
[Edited at 2008-10-25 15:33]
Thank you very much! This seemed to be the easest way to solve this. I have word 2007 and I found the way to make it work in that too! I selected the text to wamt to hide and then with write click chose "fonts", under that there was an option "hide". It disappeared and did not show in tag editor. I tested with some fragments of the text to see if I spoil the formating, but it worked fine. I also put a document protection for the hidden parts so that I cannot unintentionally do any changes in formating.
And thanks for the advice regarding the search function. The client indeed had marked all the untranslatable texts in blue with special formating.
THIS WILL SAVE ME SO MUCH TIME!
Thank you very veru much!