Apostrophe sign ( ' ) problem
Thread poster: Ali Bayraktar
Ali Bayraktar  Identity Verified
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Dec 13, 2014

Hi,
In memoq, whenever I type apostrophe ( ' ) sign, automatically it becomes ( ‹ ) or ( › ).
Can anyone suggest what to do for stopping it doing this?

Thanks for helps in advance,

Regards,

M. Ali


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Andrei Shmatkov  Identity Verified
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AutoCorrect settings Dec 13, 2014

Have you checked the AutoCorrect Settings (Translation -> AutoCorrect)?

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Ali Bayraktar  Identity Verified
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[SOLVED] Thanks Dec 13, 2014

Andrei Shmatkov wrote:

Have you checked the AutoCorrect Settings (Translation -> AutoCorrect)?


Thank you Andrei,
I removed the tick in Translation > AutoCorrect > Replace straight quotes with smart quotes.
Question solved.

Thanks again

Regards,

M. Ali


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Christina Kjaergaard  Identity Verified
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Thank you - just what I needed! :-) Aug 20, 2015

Great help!

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