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Words truncated when spell checking
Thread poster: Martin Feuk

Martin Feuk
Local time: 09:48
English to Swedish
Oct 19, 2010

Dear colleagues,

I recently installed Trados 2007 on a new computer with Windows 7 and Office 2007. Everything works fine, except that when I spell check using the Word plugin, the word right before a tag is sometimes truncated (last character not included) and the spell checker does not check the whole word.

When I look for information on this issue I get a lot of hits for the combination of Windows XP SP1 and Trados 2007, but the recommended solution is then to upgrade to SP2. As I am running Windows 7 this does not help in my case.

Any suggestions?



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