How to hide original text and trados codes in word 2010
Thread poster: Aino Slej

Aino Slej  Identity Verified
Denmark
Local time: 21:51
French to Danish
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May 16, 2012

I have started working on a Windows 7 pc with Word 2010 and Trados Workbench 2007 build 863. It works with slightly different key combinations, but it is very annoying that both original and translated text plus all the purple codes are displayed and I cannot seem to find a place to choose to hide them.
Anyone who knows how to?


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Emma Goldsmith  Identity Verified
Spain
Local time: 21:51
Member (2010)
Spanish to English
shortcut or through options May 16, 2012

shortcut is Ctrl+(
or go to options>display>and untick "hidden text"

If you hide all the purple code, you will be in grave danger of deleting it by accident. I don't recommend it at all.


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Aino Slej  Identity Verified
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Right look May 16, 2012

Thank you so much. It now looks like the good old word 2003 document when working with Trados Workbench. No worries, I have worked with that combination for over ten years and know my coding

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