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Selcuk Akyuz  Identity Verified
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Sep 6, 2009

MemoQ's help file (MemoQHelp.chm) is useful but I prefer reading manuals in pdf format. I couldn't find such a manual at Kilgray's web site.


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There is a file called MemoQGettingStarted_EN.pdf at http://www.kilgray.com/memoq/memoQ_QuickStartGuide_3_6_EN.pdf However, it seems that this file is a summary of the Help file.



[Edited at 2009-09-06 17:03 GMT]


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Samuel Murray  Identity Verified
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Googling for... Sep 6, 2009

Selcuk Akyuz wrote:
MemoQ's help file (MemoQHelp.chm) is useful but I prefer reading manuals in pdf format. I couldn't find such a manual at Kilgray's web site.


Googling for chm2pdf gets a few results. Have you tried any of them?


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Selcuk Akyuz  Identity Verified
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chm files Sep 6, 2009

Samuel Murray wrote:

Googling for chm2pdf gets a few results. Have you tried any of them?


Yes, I have tested CHM To PDF Converter PRO. One can use HTML Help Workshop as well. But if there is a pdf manual somewhere, I prefer reading it. I use chm converters only for translating help files.

Selcuk


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Gergely Vandor
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help in PDF Sep 7, 2009

We can't offer a PDF version just yet, but this is on the task list of our documentation manager.

Gergely Vandor
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Selcuk Akyuz  Identity Verified
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Thanks Sep 7, 2009

I hope the task list of your documentation manager is not a long one

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Problems with the Help file Sep 13, 2009

The Help file is a great resource for someone trying to learn all features of the program. However, due to the missing links it is not easy to read it from A to Z. The Contents tab does not give all the headings. For instance, I can't find the heading "XLIFF – Exchange format between CAT tools".

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