I have to proofread 12 long files in .rtf type and I would like to run a QA to check for inconsistencies.
I know how to do when the files come in trados format.
In this case, each rtf files displays source and target segments in 2 columns, so it would be hard job to extract, align the files, open them in trados and run QA checker!
I wonder if there is an easy way to run a QA in my case.
What kind of RTF files do you have? Sounds like you have memoQ RTF files, in which case you could QA them in Xbench.
Also, when you say "run a QA to check for inconsistencies", what exactly do you mean? In what program would you do this?