Using IntelliWebSearch v. 5 to its fullest extent (3-part course)
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Feb 1, 2016

Starting February 25th a 3-part course
IntelliWebSearch is designed to save translators, interpreters, editors and terminologists time when searching the web. Pressing a convenient shortcut key copies selected text from your translation environment, opens your browser and sends the copied text to any number of search engines, on-line dictionaries or on-line encyclopaedias together with other customizable instructions. In this latest version IntelliWebSearch has been upgraded and has lost most of the arbitrary limitations found in previous versions. Enhancements include

unlimited groups with unlimited buttonsnewIWS
direct shortcuts for GroupSearches
unlimited Plurisearches
Redesigned wizard

Learn how to get the best out of this software by attending this 3-part course with the developer Michael Farrell as your trainer.

Part 1: What is IntelliWebSearch 5 (basic features)? Adding on-line resources using the Quick Wizard.

Part 2: Specific search techniques; adding specific search settings using the Quick Wizard.

Part 3: Adding on-line resources using the Step-by-Step Wizard and adding local dictionaries manually; further features; tweaking program settings.

“The basics” explains what IntelliWebSearch Version 5 does, deals with its basic features and shows how it can be used to speed up and simplify terminology searches on the Internet. It also illustrates how to add simple search settings using the Quick Wizard.

“Practical use” looks at the typical problems translators and interpreters have to face during their working day and explains how IntelliWebSearch Version 5 can be used to save standard settings and perform appropriate searches literally at the press of a button (keyboard shortcut).

“Customizing settings” looks at how to add and customize settings for on-line resources using the Step-by-Step Wizard and how to add settings for simple local dictionaries. It also gives a broad overview of some of the advanced features and a few tweaking hints.

Your trainer, Michael Farrell is the tool developer. No one knows how it works like he does. Even before developing the tool he was giving workshops on Web search techniques.

All course sessions are recorded: if you miss any of the live sessions, you will be able to view the recording later (for up to 100 days).

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