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I've been tasked with a largish technical job which requires me to work in Publisher 2007. However, Publisher 2007 is not a very nice text editor and I do prefer to do most of my work in SDL Edit. The text is also quite technical and I've been told by the customer (who usually sends me ttx files) that there are quite a few repetitions. I'm a bit pressed for time with this job and so the obvious question is therefore, how can I push the file into SDL Edit, and then restore it back to the Publisher 2007 format, while keeping all the fancy formatting, text boxes, graphics etc?
I'm running Publisher 2007 and SDL Trados 2007.
All help is much appreciated!
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