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SDL Trados Studio 2014 Getting Started Part 1: Translating in German

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Laure Guthöhrlein  Identity Verified
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German to French
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The webinar access link has NOT been emailed to me... Jan 30, 2014

Dear Mrs Michiels, dear ProZ.com training team!

I paid yesterday for the online training "SDL Trados Studio 2014 Getting Started Part 1: Translating" and the webinar access link has NOT been emailed to me.

You wrote to me yesterday:

>The manuals and sample files will be
> delivered to you by ProZ.com via the ProZ.com Courseware system,
> use the following links to access your course materials online:

And I didn't received any link.
Could you send it back to me again, please? Thanks a lot.

Regards,

Laure Guthöhrlein


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