Studio 2009: Saved File is in Source Language
Thread poster: Jakob Maier
Jakob Maier  Identity Verified
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English to German
Apr 11, 2011

Hi
I just finished a translation job from English to German (~2,700 words) in .doc format.
When I save the target file as I usually do, I get a file in which the first five words are in German and the rest is still in English. I already tried to save it to multiple directories and hard drives, but the result is always the same.
I never had this happen before.
Does anybody have an idea what the problem could be?


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