SDL Trados 2009 - How to translate footnotes?
Thread poster: Nora Radacsi

Nora Radacsi
Hungary
Local time: 02:46
Hungarian to English
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Aug 28, 2010

I'm working with Trados 2009.
I have translated the footnote, which is in a separate segment.
How can I transfer the footnote number to the target segment?


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CODES Aug 28, 2010

If the footnote is represented as a code on the left (source) side of the screen, you can copy it to the target side by pressing ctrl+alt+down arrow to bring up the placeable list, Up/Down arrow (to select), Enter (to insert). Alternatively, you can copy the code using cut and paste.

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Walter Blaser  Identity Verified
Switzerland
Local time: 02:46
French to German
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It is all automatic Aug 29, 2010

How can I transfer the footnote number to the target segment?


You don't need to do anything special, except obviously copy the footnote tag into the target segment.
Use CTRL-comma to transfer the tag, translate the next segment containing the footnote text and that's it.

You can check the result by doing a preview or opening the real-time preview window.

Walter


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