How to stop cursor migration in Trados 2007
Thread poster: Rob Albon

Rob Albon  Identity Verified
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Jun 11, 2008

Hello,
Using Trados 2007 in Word on a system running XP.
When I close the old segment and open a new segment, the cursor automatically migrates to the top of the page in Word, s that the cursor is in the first line that is viewable in the Word window. That means that I cannot see the box containing the source test, so I have to scroll up manually to see the source text. Very annoying.
How do I get the cursor to stop doing this?
Thanks!


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Amy Williams  Identity Verified
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View - Normal? Jun 11, 2008

Hi Rob,
Have you tried changing the view from Print Layout to Normal?
Best,
Amy


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Rob Albon  Identity Verified
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Problem solved Jun 17, 2008

Amy Williams wrote:

Hi Rob,
Have you tried changing the view from Print Layout to Normal?
Best,
Amy

Thanks, worked just fine.
Rob


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