Tageditor : Tags between each word
Thread poster: CTranslator
CTranslator
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Oct 25, 2008

Hi,

I have a document to translate with Tageditor. The problem is that I have a tag between each word and I can't find how to solve it.

Any idea?


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Yuriy Vassilenko  Identity Verified
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? Oct 25, 2008

CTranslator wrote:

Hi,

I have a document to translate with Tageditor. The problem is that I have a tag between each word and I can't find how to solve it.

Any idea?


Have you an original .doc?


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CTranslator
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Tageditor : Tags between each word Oct 25, 2008

No, it's a pdf converted document.

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Jerzy Czopik  Identity Verified
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Did you generate the ttx or got it from the customer? Oct 25, 2008

What was the original format?
What kind of tags are those?


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Jerzy Czopik  Identity Verified
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So it is a doc Oct 25, 2008

Correct the formatting of the original file.
The most important thing here is to remove differencies between styles and local formatting - so you will have to go to Word and start there.


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CTranslator
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Tageditor : Tags between each word Oct 25, 2008

Ok. So I guess that if I copy the whole document on notepad then in Word again, the problem can be solved ?

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Jerzy Czopik  Identity Verified
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Yes, Notepad will remove all formatting Oct 25, 2008

But you can achieve the same in Word.
Just select the whole text (CTRL+A), then press CTRL+SPACE. This brings the formatting to what it was previously.


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Samuel Murray  Identity Verified
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Ctrl+Shift+Z Oct 25, 2008

Jerzy Czopik wrote:
...then press CTRL+SPACE. This brings the formatting to what it was previously.


Ctrl+Shift+Z has the same effect.


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Tageditor : Tags between each word Oct 25, 2008

Thank you for the help !

It worked


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