What is this file type? What software would you use to translate it?
Thread poster: claire letaillieur

claire letaillieur  Identity Verified
United Kingdom
Local time: 05:26
English to French
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Feb 7, 2011

Below is an extract of a file. Would you know which file type it is, what exactly needs to be translated? What software would you use for this? Thank you.

To display tool tips

+$#KUsing online Help
+ BROWSE0002:000d
$ To identify a tool or control
+ BROWSE0002:000e
$ To display tool tips
# 19J21F_
K General preferences;preferences;preferences:general;Show Tool Tips option

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Géraldine Chantegrel  Identity Verified
Local time: 06:26
Member (2007)
German to French
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Help file Feb 7, 2011

The answer is in the text you copied: this is a standard help file with footnotes.
The tool to be used depends on the format of the file, Word or TagEditor are usually fine. What are you client's requirements? What did you agree?

If you are not familiar with this format, you should find detailed explanations of the different footnotes in Google, for example here: http://mc-computing.com/languages/delphi/ComponentHelp.html

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